Objective: In the context of rehabilitation, neuropsychological tests in combination with Community Based Assessment (CBA) can provide an ecologically-valid perspective on cognitive functioning in daily living. This study's aim is to examine the relationships between several neuropsychological measures and scores from a CBA in development: the Community Multiple Errands Test (CoMET). Method: The study sample consisted of 13 individuals (M age = 20.9, M education = 12.4) with mixed cognitive disabilities currently participating in a full-time pre-vocational training program. Participants were first administered a battery of neuropsychological tests lasting 1.5 hours in a clinical space and later completed the CoMET assessment lasting around 45 minutes at a local grocery store. Eligibility criteria included: participation in a cognitive training program and cognitive disability identified as primary obstacle to functioning. Exclusion criteria included: Full scale-IQ below 70. Statistical analysis set alpha = .01. Spearman-Rho coefficients with P-values were examined between demographic variables,...

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