Programme des troubles d’attention et de la mémoire

Références

S.M.S.

Folstein MF, Folstein SE and McHugh PR (1975) Mini-Mental State: A practical method for grading the state of patients for the clinician, Journal of Psychiatric Research, 12: 189-198.

O.L.D.

Hopman-Rock et al. “Development and validation of the Observation List for early signs of Dementia (OLD)”. Int. J. Geriatr. Psychiatry 2001;16;406-414 Hopman-Rock et al. “Signalering van beginnende Alzheimer-dementie in de huisartsenpratijk. Ontwikkeling en validering van de Observatie Lijst voor vroege symptomen van Dementie (OLD)”. Tijdschr. Gerontol. Geriatr. 2001;32;74-81.

CVST

Alpherts, W. C. J. (1987). Computers as a technique for neuropsychological assessement in epilepsy. In Aldenkamp, A. P., Alpherts, W. C. J., Meinardi, H., & Stores, G. (Eds). Education and epilepsy, 101-110. Lisse (NL): Swets & Zeitlinger.

DeMita, M. A., Johnson, J. H., & Hansen, K. E. (1981). The validity of a computerized visual searching task as an indicator of brain damage. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 13, 592-594.

Crum, R.M., Anthony, J.C., Bassett, S.S., & Folstein, M.F. (1993). Population-based Norms for the Mini-Mental State Examination by age and education level. Journal of the American Medical Association, 269, 2389.

FEPSY. The Iron Psyche: Manual. Heemstede, the Netherlands; Nederlands Instituut voor Epilepsiebestrijding; 1995.

Goldstein, G., Welch, R. B., & Rennick, P. M., & Shelly, C. H. (1973). The validity of a visual searching task as an indicator of brain damage. Journal of Consulting Clinical Psychology, 41, 434-437.