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Normative Data For The ACE-R In An Italian Population Sample

Martina Pigliautile, Francesca Chiesi, Sonia Rossetti, Manuela Conestabile della Staffa, Mónica Ricci, Stefano Federici, Dora Chiloiro, Caterina Primi, Patrizia Mecocci
Published 2015 · Psychology, Medicine
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The Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination Revised (ACE-R) is a brief cognitive screening instrument also proposed to detect mild cognitive impairment, a high-risk condition for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In this study, we report normative data on the ACE-R-Italian version, collected on a sample of 264 Italian healthy subjects aging between 60 and 93 years, and with a formal education from 1 to 19 years. The global normal cognition was established in accordance with the Italian version of the Mini–Mental State Examination score and with exclusion criteria derived by a consensus process. Linear regression analysis was performed to evaluate the effect of age, gender, and education on the ACE-R total performance score. We provide correction grids to adjust raw scores and equivalent scores with cut-off value to allow comparison between ACE-R performance and others neuropsychological test scores that can be administered to the same subject.
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