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Test Your Memory Test: Diagnostic Utility In A Memory Clinic Population

P. Hancock, A. Larner
Published 2011 · Psychology, Medicine

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Test Your Memory (TYM) test is a recently described cognitive test instrument designed to be self‐administered under medical supervision. The pragmatic role of such self‐administered tests in cognitive clinics has not previously been examined. We investigated the diagnostic utility of the TYM as an independent test to differentiate patients with and without dementia at initial clinical diagnostic interview in dedicated memory clinics.
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