The Relationship Between Demographic-Variables and NART Performance in Normal Subjects

John Robertson Crawford, L E Stewart, P H Garthwaite, D M Parker, J A O Besson

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Abstract

The relationship between NART performance and demographic variables was
examined in a group of subjects free of neurologic or psychiatric disorder (« = 201).
NART estimated IQ was significantly correlated with education, social class and
age. The correlation between age and NART IQ was no longer significant after
partialling out either education or social class. There was no evidence of a
curvilinear relationship between age and NART performance. There was no
significant sex difference in NART performance. Nelson's (1982) report of a high
split-half reliability was confirmed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)181-182
Number of pages2
JournalBritish Journal of Clinical Psychology
Volume27
Publication statusPublished - May 1988

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Crawford, J. R., Stewart, L. E., Garthwaite, P. H., Parker, D. M., & Besson, J. A. O. (1988). The Relationship Between Demographic-Variables and NART Performance in Normal Subjects. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 27, 181-182.

The Relationship Between Demographic-Variables and NART Performance in Normal Subjects. / Crawford, John Robertson; Stewart, L E ; Garthwaite, P H; Parker, D M ; Besson, J A O .

In: British Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol. 27, 05.1988, p. 181-182.

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Crawford, John Robertson ; Stewart, L E ; Garthwaite, P H ; Parker, D M ; Besson, J A O . / The Relationship Between Demographic-Variables and NART Performance in Normal Subjects. In: British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 1988 ; Vol. 27. pp. 181-182.
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