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The Memory And Aging Telephone Screen: Development And Preliminary Validation
L. Rabin, A. Saykin, H. Wishart, K. E. Nutter-Upham, R. Santulli
Published 2007 · Psychology, Medicine
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Telephone interviews are widely used in geriatric settings to identify eligible research participants and to perform brief follow‐up assessments of cognition. This article reports on the development and validation of the Memory and Aging Telephone Screen (MATS), a structured interview for older adults with mild cognitive impairment and/or significant memory complaints. We also developed three alternate forms of the MATS objective memory test to reduce practice effects engendered by multiple administrations.
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