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BLERTBlock Error Rate Test
BLERTBell-Lysaker Emotion Recognition Task
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The Hinting Task, BLERT, and SAT-MC were strongly intercorrelated.
Factor 2, named Basic Social Cognition (BSC), included the BLERT, SAT, and Hinting Task and accounted for 17.49% of the total variance.
We labeled these "working memory," "verbal and nonverbal memory," "thought disorder," and "executive function." Working memory included raw scores from the WAIS-III Digits Forward and Digits Backward, scaled scores for the letter number sequencing, and total score for the BLERT. Verbal and nonverbal memory included raw scores from the HVLT-R trials 1 and 3, percentile equivalents for WMS-R Visual Reproduction I and II, raw scores for WMS-R Figural Memory and CPT score.
Abbreviations: BLERT = Bell Lysaker Emotion Recognition Test, CFA = Cognitive Function Assessment, CPT = Continuous Performance Test, DSM-IV = Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-Fourth Edition, HVLT-R = Hopkins Verbal Learning Test-Revised, MANOVA = multivariate analysis of variance, NET = neurocognitive enhancement therapy, SD = standard deviation, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, WAIS-III = Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-3rd Edition, WBI = Work Behavior Inventory, WCST = Wisconsin Card Sorting Test, WMS-R = Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised, WT = work therapy.
Hats off mate, blert is one of the finest Scouse insults.
And hearing young Scousers say 'sick' makes you want to get blitzed/bladdered and tell them not to be blerts, beauts, divvies, melts and meffs.