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Consult the latest education and age based norms of the test, average scores for normal, mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease. Test retest and item by item performance. Sensitivity, specificity and cut-off scores of the MoCA to detect mild cognitive impairment or Alzheimer's disease and distinguish it from normal aging Background: Although the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is acknowledged as a promising neuropsychological tool, its normative data for older populations have not been established yet. The purpose of this study was to provide normative data for the MoCA in Japanese community-dwelling older people. Methods: In a Japanese town, 1,977. Background: The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has a high sensitivity for detecting cognitive dysfunction. Swedish normative data does not exist and international norms are often derived from populations where cognitive impairment has not bee Rossetti et al. 1 reported a population-based study of scores on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in Texas. Compared to our study 2 in Montreal, the Caucasian group of normal controls in the Rossetti et al. study was considerably younger (52.9 vs 72.8 years) and had slightly lower mean MoCA scores (25.6 vs 26.9). In the other ethnic groups, they found substantial effects of age and education on their MoCA scores Nasreddine ZS , Phillips N , Chertkow H (2012) Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a population-based sample. Neurology 78, 765-766; author reply 766. [37] UNESCO Institute of Statistics. ISCED Mappings. http://uis.unesco.org/en/isced-mappings Accessed March 28, 2018. [38

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Background: Although the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is acknowledged as a promising neuropsychological tool, its normative data for older populations have not been established yet Rossetti HC, Lacritz LH, Cullum CM, et al. Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a population-based sample. Neurology 2011;77:1272-1275. 2 The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a rapid screening battery, also including subtests to assess frontal functions such as set-shifting, abstraction and cognitive flexibility. MoCA seems to be useful to identify non-amnestic mild cognitive

Normative data for the MoCA‐MIS in individuals aged 50 to 59. Z‐scores are presented for each MoCA‐MIS score and level of formal education. Z‐scores for the MoCA‐MIS. We suggest a z‐score ≤ −1 for a screening that favors higher sensitivity and a z‐score ≤ −1.5 for a screening that favors higher specificity The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA; Nasreddine et al., 2005) is a widely used cognitive screening tool that was originally designed for detection of mild cognitive impairment (MCI), a clinical state generally defined as the prodromal stage of several dementias depending on the cognitive impairment observed (Petersen, 2004), and more specifically a prodromal stage of Alzheimer's Disease when mild amnesia is observed (Albert et al., 2011) To provide age‐corrected and education‐corrected norms for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) and the Memory Index Score (MoCA‐MIS) in Brazil. Methods Community‐dwelling outpatients were enrolled if they had no history of neurologic or psychiatric diseases and were not taking any drugs with effects on the central nervous system The Montreal Cognitive Assessment: Normative Data from a German-Speaking Cohort and Comparison with International Normative Samples. Alessandra E Thomann Memory Clinic, University Center for Medicine of Aging, Felix Platter Hospital, Basel, Switzerland Objective: To provide normative and descriptive data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a large, ethnically diverse sample. Methods: The MoCA was administered to 2,653 ethnically diverse subjects as part of a population-based study of cardiovascular disease (mean age 50.30 years, range 18-85; Caucasian 34%, African American 52%, Hispanic 11%, other 2%)

The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) was developed as a tool for screening patients who present with mild cognitive complaints but who usually perform within the normal range on the MMSE. The total score for the MoCA ranges from 0 to 30 points distributed among the following domains: memory, naming, language, visuospatial/executive functions, abstraction, attention/concentration/calculation and orientation Introduction. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), a neuropsychological tool for cognitive decline screening is widely used. In the absence of normative data in Lebanon, this study offers normative data for the MoCA in Lebanese community-dwelling older people and compare scores to those of other countries The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a rapid screening battery, also including subtests to assess frontal functions such as set-shifting, abstraction and cognitive flexibility. MoCA seems to be useful to identify non-amnestic mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and subcortical dementia; it has high sensitivity and specificity in distinguishing MCI from mild Alzheimer's Disease Mild cognitive impairment Abstrac t Background: Although the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is acknowledged as a promising neuropsychological tool, its normative data for older populations have not been established yet. The purpose of this study was to provide normative data for the MoCA in Japanese community-dwell-ing older people Background: The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is used to evaluate multiple cognitive domains in elderly individuals. However, it is influenced by demogra The Montreal Cognitive Assessment: Normative Data from a German-Speaking Cohort and Comparison with International Normative Sample

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  1. ed by the presence of cognitive impairment in addition to loss of autonomy. The average MoCA score for MCI is 22 (range 19-25) and the average MoCA score for Mild AD is 16 (11-21)
  2. Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is among the most commonly used screening tools worldwide.Objective:The aim of the study was to provide normative data for the MoCA in a Greek cohort of people.
  3. Although the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is acknowledged as a promising neuropsychological tool, its normative data for older populations have not been established yet. The purpose of this study was to provide normative data for the MoCA in Japanese community-dwelling older people. Method
  4. Introduction . Currently, there are standard and basic versions of the MoCA, the latter designed for those with lower educational achievements. Community-based normative data on these versions of the MoCA from Arabic populations are deficient, and there is little data demonstrating how both scales perform in comparison. We aim to obtain normative performances from both versions and equate the.
  5. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment: Normative Data from a German-Speaking Cohort and Comparison with International Normative Samples Alessandra E. Thomanna, b1, Nicolai Goettel c, Raphael J. Monsch , Manfred Berresd, Thomas Jahne, Luzius A. Steinerb,c and Andreas U. Monscha,
  6. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is used to evaluate multiple cognitive domains in elderly individuals. However, it is influenced by demographic characteristics that have yet to be adequately considered.; The aim of our study was to investigate the effects of age, education, and sex on the MoCA total score and to provide demographically adjusted normative values for a German-speaking.
  7. Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in an Italian population sample Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in an Italian population sample. Neurological Sciences, 2014. Gabriella Santangelo. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper

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Normative Values of Cognitive and Physical Function in Older Adults: Findings from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing and scale fit the observed data well for each measure, lead-ing to reliable estimates of normative values. Performance Examination (MMSE), the Montreal Cognitive Assess-ment (MoCA), executive function measured using th

The normative data of the MoCA is provided taking into account the Spanish sociodemographic characteristics for adults in Spain and the cut-off to distinguish between normal cognitive performance and mild cognitive impairment according to different range of ages have been proposed., AB - Introduction. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment. Abstract. Background: The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has a high sensitivity for detecting cognitive dysfunction. Swedish normative data does not exist and international norms are often derived from populations where cognitive impairment has not been screened for and not been thoroughly assessed to exclude subjects with dementia or mild cognitive impairment Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a population-based sample (2011) H. C. Rossetti et al. NEUROLOG The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has a high sensitivity for detecting cognitive dysfunction. Swedish normative data does not exist and international norms are often derived from populations where cognitive impairment has not been screened for and not been thoroughly assessed to exclude subjects with dementia or mild cognitive impairment

Keywords Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) Normative values Cognitive assessment Normative data Introduction Many brief screening measures of general cognitive status have been developed in response to the need for early detection of cognitive deterioration in primary care settings The Montreal Cognitive Assessment: Normative Data from a German-speaking Cohort and Comparison with International Normative Samples. Manuscript Number: 18-0080R2. Author(s): Manfred Berres, Nicolai Goettel, Thomas Jahn, Andreas U. Monsch, Raphael J. Monsch, Luzius A. Steiner, Alessandra E. Thomann The Montreal Cognitive Assessment: Normative Data from a Large Swedish Population-Based Cohort. Research output: Contribution to journal › Articl

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The Montreal Cognitive Assessment ( MoCA ) was designed as a rapid screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction. It assesses different cognitive domains: attention and concentration, executive functions, memory, language, visuoconstructional skills, conceptual thinking, calculations, and orientation The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief, useful and validated cognitive screening instrument with a cutoff score of 26 to differentiate mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia from normal. 1 There is a one-point adjustment for individuals with formal education of 12 years or fewer 1 Our study examines optimal cutoff scores for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) as a screening instrument for Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and demen-tia due to Alzheimer's disease (AD-dementia), as well as the effects of normative adjustments on diagnostic classification Montreal Cognitive Assessment. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment ( MoCA) is a widely used screening assessment for detecting cognitive impairment. It was created in 1996 by Ziad Nasreddine in Montreal, Quebec. It was validated in the setting of mild cognitive impairment, and has subsequently been adopted in numerous other settings clinically

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  1. utes to complete and helps assess people for dementia. It was published in 2005 by a group at McGill University working for several years at memory clinics in Montreal. 1 . Here's a look at what the MoCA includes, how it's scored and.
  2. Zurück zum Zitat Rossetti HC, Lacritz LH, Cullum CM, Weiner MF (2011) Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a population-based sample. Neurology 77:1272-1275. doi: 10. 1212/ WNL. 0b013e318230208a CrossRefPubMed Rossetti HC, Lacritz LH, Cullum CM, Weiner MF (2011) Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment.
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  4. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief screening test that assesses global cognitive function. Importantly, it has been found useful for the detection of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia [14] and as such is widely used, available in many languages [15] and recommended as a standard tool for identifying cognitive.
  5. Age-and education-adjusted normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in older adults age 70-99 Michael Malek-Ahmadi, Jessica J. Powell, Christine M. Belden, Kathy Oconnor, Linda Evans, David Coon , Walter Nier
  6. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) 1 is recommended as a cognitive screen for vascular cognitive impairment by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke-Canadian Stroke Network International Harmonization Standards. 2 Single cutoff scores are frequently used to classify cognitive impairment in different MoCA versions

Normative Data of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in the

  1. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief screening test that assesses global cognitive function. Importantly, it has been found useful for the detection of mild cog-nitive impairment (MCI) and dementia [14] and as such is widely used, available in many languages [15] and recommended as a standard tool for identifying cognitive
  2. Background: The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has a high sensitivity for detecting cognitive dysfunction. Swedish normative data does not exist and international norms are often derived from populations where cognitive impairment has not been screened for and not been thoroughly assessed to exclude subjects with dementia or mild cognitive impairment
  3. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief cognitive screening instrument developed by Nasreddine et al. to detect mild cognitive impairment, a high-risk condition for Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), Normative data, Screening test, author = Silvia Conti and Stefano Bonazzi.

When a comprehensive neuropsychological assessment cannot be carried out, a quick and discriminant tool of good psychometric properties can be useful to practitioners. The purpose of this paper is to examine the use of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in patients with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) and to test its reliability for cognitive assessment in a population with intellectual. ume in participants with normal cognition, mild cognitive impairment, and moderate/se‐ vere cognitive impairment. 2. Materials and Methods 2.1. Participant Groups and Montreal Cognitive Assessment Cutoff Scores Participants with suspected cognitive impairment were admitted to the neurologist Objective To assess baseline pre-season cognitive function in a young adult athletic population using the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Tool (MoCA). Design Baseline case series of normative data. Setting Sport Medicine Clinic at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Participants Male and female athletes (n=347) were recruited from the University of Calgary varsity athletic teams. Montreal cognitive assessment reflects investigate normative data of MoCA-K without any adjustment. Mini-mental state examination-dementia screening (MMSE-DS) MMSE is the most commonly used dementia screening tool that can be performed in the relatively short time of 5 to 10 min. The MMSE consists of 30 questions with he Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA)1 is recom-mended as a cognitive screen for vascular cognitive impair-ment by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke-Canadian Stroke Network International Harmonization Standards.2 Single cutoff scores are frequently used to classify cognitive impairment in different MoCA versions

A regression equation to calculate Z scores is presented.</p><p>CONCLUSIONS: This study provides normative data for the MoCA test in the middle-aged and elderly French-Quebec people. These data will facilitate more accurate detection and follow-up of the risk of cognitive impairment in this population, taking into account culture, age. approach for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Alessandra E. Thomann1,2, Manfred Berres3, Nicolai Goettel2,4, Luzius A. Steiner2,4 and Andreas U. Monsch1* Abstract Background: The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has good sensitivity for mild cognitive impairment, but specificity is low when the original cut-off (25/26) is used Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) Svenska referensvärden för bedömning av kognitiv nedsättning I den kanadensiska originalartikeln av Nasreddine et al (2005) föreslås en gräns för alla vid < 26 poäng Cognitive Assessment: Normative Data from a Large Swedish Population-Based Cohort. Journal o Toronto Cognitive Assessment (TorCA) was developed to achieve these goals. Methods: We obtained normative data on the TorCA (n=303), determined test reliability, developed an iPad version, and validated the TorCA against neuropsychological assessment for detecting amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI) (n=50/57, aMCI/normal cognition) (2015). Age- and education-adjusted normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in older adults age 70-99. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition: Vol. 22, No. 6, pp. 755-761

2017 (English) In: Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, ISSN 1387-2877, E-ISSN 1875-8908, Vol. 59, no 3, p. 893-901 Article in journal (Refereed) Published Abstract [en] BACKGROUND: The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has a high sensitivity for detecting cognitive dysfunction. Swedish normative data does not exist and international norms are often derived from populations where cognitive. Introduction: Indonesian version of Montreal Cognitive Assessment have been validated and realibility test with good result, but they are still no normality score Aim: To get the normality score in normal population according to age,sex and education level. Methods: this research uses cross sectional analysis survey methods in the general. Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a population-based sample. Neurology . 2011 ; 77 ( 13 ): 1272 -75. doi: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e318230208a (2017). Montreal cognitive assessment (MoCA): Normative data for old and very old Czech adults. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult: Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 23-29 Nazem S, Siderowf AD, Duda JE, Have TT, Colcher A, Horn SS, et al. Montreal Cognitive Assessment performance in patients with Parkinson's disease with normal global cognition according to Mini-mental State Examination score. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2009; 57 (2):304-8. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-5415.2008.02096.x

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  1. Montreal Cognitive Assessment: Influence of Sociodemographic and Health Variables Sandra Freitas1,*, Ma´rio R. Simo˜es1, LaraAlves2, IsabelSantana3,4 1Centro de Investigac ¸a˜odoNu´cleo de Estudos e Intervenc o Cognitivo Comportamental (CINEICC), Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal 2Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences.
  2. This observational cohort study in healthy volunteers establishes normative data for the German version of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) and investigates the possible impacts of demographics on the MoCA total score
  3. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief cognitive screening test designed to measure the cognitive decline of individuals suffering from mild cognitive impairment (MCI) due to disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and schizophrenia, but has shown its utility in testing cognition in many other areas of medicine
  4. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) has good sensitivity for mild cognitive impairment, but specificity is low when the original cut-off (25/26) is used. We aim to revise the cut-off on the German MoCA for its use in clinical routine. Data were analyzed from 496 Memory Clinic outpatients (447 individuals with a neurocognitive disorder; 49 with cognitive normal findings) and from 283.
  5. Purpose. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) was designed as a rapid screening Testing for disease in people without symptoms. instrument for the detection of mild cognitive impairment. It was developed in response to the poor sensitivity Sensitivity refers to the probability that a diagnostic technique will detect a particular disease or condition when it does indeed exist in a patient.

AbstractThe Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief cognitive instrument for the measurement of dementia. The aim of the present study is to provide normative data for the MoCA test in the Greek speaking population and to measure its validity in a clinical group of parkinsonian dementia participants. A total of 710 healthy Greek speaking participants and 19 parkinsonian dementia. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a rapid screening battery, also including subtests to assess frontal functions such as set-shifting, abstraction and cognitive flexibility. MoCA seems to be useful to identify non-amnestic mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and subcortical dementia; it has high sensitivity and specificity in. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) test is a brief measure of global cognitive function developed to detect early suspected cognitive deficits. The test is easy to administer, Therefore, normative data from large population-based studies are needed to decide the most appropriate cut-off scor

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  1. istered to 1,419 African American participants (mean age 49.89 years, range 18-75, 64% female)
  2. Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) score is a brief assessment tool of global cognitive function which was originally designed for early detection of mild cognitive deficits in patients with Alzheimer disease7 which has been subsequently validated in different cohorts. This screening tool uses various tasks to assess higher-level languag
  3. Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) was developed to address some of the limita- ≥ 1.5 SD below the normative data mean on tests in at least two cognitive domains, (2) self-reported cognitive decline, and (3) impairment of instrumental activities of daily living

7 Rossetti HC, Lacritz LH, Cullum CM, et al.: Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a population-based sample. Neurology 2011; 77:1272-1275Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar. 8 Bridges KW, Goldberg DP: The validation of the GHQ-28 and the use of the MMSE in neurological in-patients Montreal Cognitive Assessment Moca Test For Dementia from www.verywellhealth.com 2 points for a normal clock or 0 (zero) points for an abnormal clock drawing. To see the moca being administered to a real patient in. Beginning on the left, the examiner points to each figure and says: Moca scoring nuances with clock draw / the value of clock.

Abstract Introduction: The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), scored from 0 to 30, is used as a screening tool for mild cognitive impairment (MCI). The current cutoff (26) may not be optimal among minorities. Methods: Data from the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center Uniform Data Set March 201 Objective Cognitive impairment is common among hemodialysis patient, but still lack adequate screening in clinical settings. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is reportedly to be a sensitive screening tool for cognitive impairment, but its clinical value in patients undergoing hemodialysis is not well established. We aimed to validate the utility of the Beijing version of the MoCA (MoCA. specic normative data are critical for making accurate clinical assessments []. With that said, these results should not be considered strictly normative data as we did not clinically assess participants for cognitive impairment. When comparing the performance of AA-DHS MIND participants on the MoC

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Abstract. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a cognitive screening instrument developed to detect mild cognitive impairment (MCI). It is a simple 10 min paper and pencil test that assesses multiple cognitive domains including memory, language, executive functions, visuospatial skills, calculation, abstraction, attention, concentration, and orientation 4 use psychometrically validated instruments and obtain normative data for the reference population. The Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - cognitive sub-scale (ADAS-Cog)11- 13 is a brief battery developed to assess cognitive status in AD patients. The ADAS-Co Note: Cognitive impairment is operationalized as a score < 26 on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) Reliability In this community-dwelling sample, the internal consistency reliability of BCAT scores, as estimated by Cronbach's α based on standardized items, was 0.76 Introduction. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA; Nasreddine et al., 2005) is a short cognitive screening tool that covers the most important cognitive areas such as visual and executive skills, memory, attention, and orientation in 10-15-minute format.It is useful for identifying people with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief cognitive screening instrument developed by Nasreddine et al. to detect mild cognitive impairment, a high-risk condition for Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. In this study we report normative data on the MoCA-Italian version, collected on a sample of 225 Italian healthy subjects ranged in age between 60 and 80 years, and in.

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Association between 2 measures of cognitive instrumental activities of daily living and their relation to the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in persons with stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation , 98 , 2280-2287 Methods: MoCA, MMSE, and the Cognitive Reserve Index questionnaire (CRIq) were administered to 221 healthy participants. Normative data and associated factors of the MoCA were identified. Correlation and regression analyses of the MoCA, MMSE and CRIq scores were performed, and the MoCA score was compared with the MMSE score to evaluate the. Montreal cognitive assessment (MoCA) är ett kognitivt screeninginstrument designat för att hitta tidig demens eller mild kognitiv störning engelska mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Det skapades 1996 av Ziad Nasreddine [1] då verksam i Montréal Québec The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) developed by Nasreddine is a brief and useful screening tool with high sensitivity and specificity for detecting mild cognitive impairment . It has been effectively applied for the evaluation of the cognitive impairments in many diseases such as cardiovascular disease and Parkinson's disease [ 11 , 12 ]

To address the need for reliable screening measures of cognitive function for people with acquired sensory impairment, we propose to develop and validate versions of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA).11 The MoCA is a widely used screening measure that is available free of charge and has been translated into 55 different languages. The. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a screening test widely used in clinical practice and suited for detection of Mild Cognitive Impairment. Alternate forms of the MoCA were developed to avoid learning effect in serial assessments, and the present study aimed at investigating inter-form parallelism and at providing normative values for the Italian versions of MoCAs 2 and 3

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The validation of international cognitive batteries in different multiple sclerosis (MS) populations is essential. Our objective was to obtain normative data for the Portuguese population of the Brief International Cognitive Assessment for Multiple Sclerosis (BICAMS) and assess its reliability. The BICAMS was applied to 105 MS patients and 60 age, gender and education matched healthy controls. to provide normative data about the MoCA in the specific sample used. Table 1. Overview of international studies on normative data (listed by year of publication). Researchers Language of Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test Participant's Range of Age (Years) Participant Groups Effects of Education, Age, Sex Suggested Cut-Off Scores for the MoC

These are described as ceiling effects, which are most evident with the traditional cut-offs used with instruments such as the Standardised Mini-Mental State Examination (SMMSE), (<24/30) and Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), (<26/30). So the whole trajectory for normal young, normal old and MCI are in the 30 - 26 range for the SMMSE and. To assess the influence of education on the performance of Chinese version of Montreal cognitive assessment (C-MoCA) in relation to the mini-mental state examination (MMSE) in detecting amnesic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI) among rural-dwelling older people C-MoCA and MMSE was administered and diagnostic interviews were conducted among community-dwelling elderly in two villages in Beijing We present normative data from a large Saudi Arabian community-based sample with two different MoCA tests, and an equating graph is presented to determine the corresponding expected performance between the two scales. 1. Introduction Cognitive impairment can occur at any age due to a plethora of diseases and disturbances. The assessment of.

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