Objective: The Children's Color Trails Test (CCTT) is a Trail Making Test (TMT) designed to be independent of language to allow assessment of individuals from different cultural backgrounds. Studies have indicated that the CCTT is comparable in many respects to the original TMT. Studies of the TMT have examined the constructs being assessed by part A and part B by examining their associations with other cognitive abilities thought to be critical for successful performance. Comparable studies of the CCTT parts 1 and 2 (CCTT1 & CCTT2) have not been conducted to our knowledge. Hence, we undertook an investigation of the construct validity of the CCTT in Spanish speaking children and adolescents referred for neuropsychological evaluation. Method: The sample consisted of 87 children of Puerto Rican descent referred for neuropsychological evaluation who were 10.6 (SD = 2.3) years old, 62.1% male and had average Full Scale IQ's of 95.3 (SD =...

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