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Date of this Version

10-25-2017

Document Type

Article

Citation

Published in Developmental Neuropsychology, 2017. doi: 10.1080/87565641.2017.1383994

Comments

Copyright © 2017 Taylor & Francis. Used by permission.

Abstract

We sought to investigate the one-week and within-session reliability of the instrumented balance error scoring system test and the concurrent validity/one-week reliability of two neurocognitive assessments available through C3 Logix. (n = 37) Participants completed two balance error scoring system tests separated by the Trails A, Trails B, and Symbol Digit Modality test available through C3 Logix, and with paper and pencil. We found that the instrumented balance error scoring system test demonstrated strong one-week reliability and that neuropsychological tests available through C3 Logix show acceptable concurrent validity with standard (comparable) paper and pencil measures.