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Measure: Motor and Attentional Impulsivity (Immediate and Delayed Memory Task)   #530600  About

Definition: This measure requires and assesses sustained attention; it also assesses motor impulsivity as responding before complete evaluation of the stimuli.

Purpose: Failure to inhibit commission errors to non-target stimuli is a component of impulsivity and is a risk factor for substance use disorders.

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Keywords: Adolescent, Adult, Continuous performance task, Delayed Memory Task, Immediate Memory Task, Impulsivity, Response initiation, Substance abuse, Substance use, Sustained attention, SAA, Substance Use-related Neurobehavioral and Cognitive Risk Factors, computer administered, proprietary

Measure Release Date: February 24, 2012

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