HVLT

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HVLTHopkins Verbal Learning Test
HVLTHigh Velocity Lead Therapy
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Sem Flu = semantic verbal fluency (outside scanner); letter flu = letter verbal fluency; scanner response = in-scanner semantic verbal fluency; HVLT = Hopkins Verbal Learning Test. * denotes significant difference at p =.05.
This important study found that compared to a placebo group, participants who received iron tablets (1300mg of ferrous sulphate - equivalent to 260mg of elemental iron - per day for 8 weeks) improved their immediate recall performance on the Hopkins Verbal Learning Test (HVLT).
Participants completed the four experimental tasks in the following order: Hopkins Verbal Learning Test (HVLT), Stroop Task, Visual Search, Reading Span Task.
Hopkins Verbal Learning Test: This was administered according to the protocol described by Brandt (1991).
Hopkins Verbal Learning Test: Immediate free recall performance on the Hopkins test is shown in Figure 1.
More than one-half of the patients showed significant impairment in verbal learning efficiency as reflected in subpar performance on the Hopkins Verbal Learning Test. This impairment, constituting objective evidence of brain fog, was unrelated to depressive symptoms or histologic liver fibrosis scores.
More than one-half of the patients had significant impairment in verbal learning efficiency as reflected in subpar performance on the Hopkins Verbal Learning Test. This impairment, constituting objective evidence of brain fog, was unrelated to depressive symptoms or histologic liver fibrosis scores.
(7) have reported that there is a significant correlation between smell impairment and poor performance in Hopkins verbal learning tests. There is also a correlation between each test performance and the stage of the disease, in that the average H-Y score of each group is above 2.
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