Objective: The purpose of this project was a continuation in development of norms for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA). A pilot project was begun in 2014 to determine the norms for the MOCA and the variability with age and education. The study was based on the model used by Crum and associates in developing population based norms for the Mini Mental State Exam (MMSE). Method: De-identified MOCA data (n = 1278) gathered from a community clinic, academic setting and general population were used. The mean age was 30.63 (15.63) years, with a range of 18 to 90 years of age. Average education level was 13.53 (2.36) years, with a range of 3 to 30 years. The group was comprised of 574 males and 704 females. MOCA scores ranged from 8 to 30.

Research interns supervised by a licensed psychologist gathered data from previously administered MOCA assessments. An age to education...

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