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digit span n.

digit span n.

Characteristics of digit span in Alzheimer's disease patients

Validity of Digit Span as a test for memory in dementia

Developing a Spatial Analogue of the Reliable Digit Span

Modality of Language Shapes Working Memory: Evidence From Digit Span and Spatial Span in ASL Signers

Digit Span Age Scaled Score in Middle-Aged Military Veterans: Is It More Closely Associated with TOMM Failure than Reliable Digit Span?

C-62Alternative Reliable Digit Span and WAIS-IV Digit Span Scaled Scores as Measures of Malingering

C-89Reliable Digit Span Performance in Children Referred Primarily due to Academic Problems

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DOMAINS: ATTENTIONC-15Performance Decline on Digit Span Subtests as a Predictor of Task Vigilance

C-67An Embedded Validity Measure for the Neuropsychological Assessment Battery: Validation of Reliable Digit Span

Exploration of Malingering Indices in the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Fourth Edition Digit Span Subtest

Clinical Utility of Reliable Digit Span in Assessing Effort in Children and Adolescents with Epilepsy

Attentional performance of children with traumatic brain injury: A quantitative and qualitative analysis of digit span

C-44Reliable Digit Span Performance in Older Adults with Known or Suspected Dementia

Digit Span components as predictors of attention problems and executive functioning in children

C-80Utilizing the Digit Span Subtest (WAIS-IV) as an Embedded Symptom Validity Test

C-13Relationship Between WAIS Digit Span and Brief Test of Attention

Spanish Multicenter Normative Studies (NEURONORMA Project): Norms for Verbal Span, Visuospatial Span, Letter and Number Sequencing, Trail Making Test, and Symbol Digit Modalities Test

 

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A type of intelligence test item or subtest in which the respondent tries to repeat back a string of numbers that are read out. Sometimes the numbers have to be repeated in reverse order.

Subjects: Psychology.


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