Abstract

ANAM measures were based on procedures used in both clinical and performance assessment. This paper reviews data from studies designed to delineate specific neurocognitive functions assessed by more commonly used ANAM measures. Data are brought together from both exploratory and confirmatory analyses. Current findings support the use of these measures for assessing aspects of attention, processing efficiency, and working memory. Recommendations for further research include the need for larger samples and the inclusion of specific marker variables.