age score n.
age-equivalent score n.
Changes in Sensory Organization Test Scores with Age
Normal aging increases cognitive heterogeneity: Analysis of dispersion in WAIS-III scores across age
The ABC (age, biomarkers, clinical history) stroke risk score: a biomarker-based risk score for predicting stroke in atrial fibrillation
Potential Impact of Age- and Education-Corrected Scores on HRNB Score Patterns in Participants With Focal Brain Injury
The validity of the original EuroSCORE and EuroSCORE II in patients over the age of seventy
Review: Accounting for Prematurity in Developmental Assessment and the Use of Age-Adjusted Scores
Assessment of Gestational Age in the Cameroonian Newborn Infant: A Comparison of Four Scoring Methods
DASH Diet Score and Distribution of Blood Pressure in Middle-Aged Men and Women
Age-Related Differences and Heterogeneity in Executive Functions: Analysis of NAB Executive Functions Module Scores
Aging-1How do Scores on the ADAS-Cog, MMSE, and CDR-SOB Correspond?
Coordinated Analysis of Age, Sex, and Education Effects on Change in MMSE Scores
Cognitive testing of elderly Chinese people in Singapore: influence of education and age on normative scores
Dementia does not explain correlation between age and scores on Boston Naming Test☆
Development of an easy prognostic score for frailty outcomes in the aged
The Clock Drawing Test: Portuguese Norms, by Age and Education, for Three Different Scoring Systems
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In psychometrics, another name for an age-equivalent score.
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