Objective: This poster compares the Cognitive Screener (CS) vs the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) as quick screening measures of neuropsychological impairment. Method: Thirty-seven adult patients referred by neurologists and psychiatrists for outpatient neuropsychological evaluation at a private practice office were administered full neuropsychological batteries that included the CS, MoCA, Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scale (RIAS) Composite Intelligence Index (CIX) and several tests used to calculate the Alternative Impairment Index (AII), a summary measure of neuropsychological impairment. The CS is the mean of two subtests of the Test of Verbal Conceptualization and Fluency (TVCF) the Letter Naming (LN) and Trails C (TC). The patients included 22 females, 29 Caucasians, 5 African-American.2 Asian-American and 1 Hispanic/Latino-American. 33 patients were right handed. Diagnoses include Stroke-17, Head Injury-12, Alzheimer's disease-2 Epilepsy-1, Multiple Sclerosis-1, Brain Tumor-1, Anoxic Brain Damage-1 and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder-1. Ages ranged from 21-90 (Mean-58.8, Standard Deviation-14.24) and education ranged from 9-18...

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