COWA

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COWAControlled Oral Word Association (cognitive science)
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Outcome measures: Cognitive function was assessed before and after treatment using a well-characterized test battery: Trail Making, Digits Forward and Backward, Erikson-Flanker, Controlled Oral Word Association, Hopkins Verbal Learning Test-Revised, and Task Switching.
The Phonemic Fluency Test (Controlled Oral Word Association) seems to be sensitive to the presence of BCECTS.
Wechsler Memory Scale (Wechsler, 1997), Benton Visual Retention Test (Sivan, 1992), and Controlled Oral Word Association Test (Benton & Hamsher, 1976) were administered to determine the memory deficits, visual spatial and visuo-motor abilities, and verbal memory of participant.
The Controlled Oral Word Association Test (COWAT) had to be tested with change of stimulus word.
The Table 3 shows the mean scores of younger and older adults on the Controlled Oral Word Association Test (COWAT) total scores and errors.
To examine the memory deficits in younger and older adults Wechsler memory scale (WMS) and Benton visual retention test (BVRT) and Controlled oral word association test (COWAT) was utilized.
Past users also scored significantly better than never-users on the Controlled Oral Word Association Test and the clock drawing test, both measures of executive function.
Past users also scored significantly better than neverusers on the Controlled Oral Word Association Test and the clock drawing test, both measures of executive function.
(1988) also included the Benton Visual Retention Test, Benton Facial Recognition Test, Benton Judgment of Line Orientation Test, Russell Memory Test, Controlled Oral Word Association Test and Selective Reminding Task.
The Stroop Color and Word Test, Trail Making Test A and B, Controlled Oral Word Association, Hopkins Verbal Learning, Mini-Mental State Exam, and Digit Symbol were administered at baseline and 3 and 6 months follow-up to assess cognitive functioning.
Specifically, the treatment group showed significant improvements on the Controlled Oral Word Association Test and the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test, compared with the placebo group.
The battery included the Stroop Color-Word Test, the Brief Visual Memory Test-Revised, the Hopkins Verbal Learning Test, Trail Making tests A and B, and Controlled Oral Word Association.
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