This study aimed to apply Crawford, et al's formula for calculating individual subtest scores of the Cantonese version of the Test of Everyday Attention. A total of 133 (72 men, 61 women) healthy Hong Kong Chinese were recruited from the general public. The sample reported a mean age and education of 35.2 yr. (SD = 10.2) and 11 yr. (SD = 3.1), respectively. Tables for examining whether an individual's subtest profile contains reliable and abnormal subtest discrepancies are presented and discussed. The data are useful for clinicians when they take into account cultural differences of Cantonese-speaking clinical populations.
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