The 5 Objects Test: Normative data from a Spanish community sample
5 Objects test
6105.09 Validez de Tests
6104.02 Métodos Educativos
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Ladera V, Perea MV, García R, Prieto G, Delgado AR. The 5 Objects Test: Normative data from a Spanish community sample. Neurorehabilitation. 2019 ;44(3):451-456. DOI: 10.3233/nre-182579.
[EN]Objective: The objective of this study was to provide normative data for the 5 Objects Test in a large Spanish community sample, as well as some validity evidence. Methods: The sample was composed of 427 participants (of which 220 females, age 15 to 95 years old; educational level range: 2–17 years). Normative data are provided, as well as correlations with test scores from Benton Visual Retention test, Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure and Mini Mental State Examination. Results: No association was found between delayed recall score and level of education, age or gender. Immediate recall score was correlated with age. Both immediate and delayed recall significantly correlated with the criteria, evidencing concurrent validity. Conclusions: It is recommended that the 5 Objects Test be used for assessing persons in primary care, including those from different linguistic backgrounds or with limited language use. Delayed recall scores are especially recommended given the lack of association with demographic variables.
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