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Measure: Spatial Reasoning   #131800

Definition:

A performance-based task to assess spatial judgment and visualization skills.

Purpose:

This measure tests a respondent’s total range of function with respect to spatial reasoning. It is therefore more specific and sensitive than a measure of global mental status and can be used to assess major problems in spatial reasoning (e.g., due to head trauma or Alzheimer’s disease) as well as minor variations that may be a consequence of normal development and aging.

Protocols:

Keywords:

Neurology, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Fourth Edition, WAIS-IV, proprietary, Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease

Measure Release Date: November 28, 2017

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