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Hayling and Brixton Tests - References

Bielak, A. A. M., Mansueti, L., Strauss, E. & Dixon, R. A. (2006). Performance on the Hayling and Brixton tests in older adults: Norms and correlates. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Volume 21, Issue 2, Pages 141-149

de Almeida Rocca, C. C., de Macedo-Soares, M. B., Gorenstein, C., Tamada, R. S., Isller, C. K., Dias, R. S., de Almeida, K. M., Schwartzmann, A.M., Amaral, J. A., & Lafer, B. (2007). Verbal fluency dysfunction in euthymic bipolar patients: A controlled study. Journal of Affective Disorders, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online.

de Frias, C. M., Dixon, R.A., & Strauss, E. (2006). Structure of Four Executive Functioning Tests in Healthy Older Adults. Neuropsychology, Volume 20, Issue 2, Pages 206-214

Rochester, L., Hetherington, V., Jones, D., Nieuwboer, A., Willems, A., Kwakkel, G., & Wegen, E. V. (2005). The Effect of External Rhythmic Cues (Auditory and Visual) on Walking During a Functional Task in Homes of People With Parkinson’s Disease. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Volume 86, Issue 5, Pages 999-1006

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Rochester, L., Hetherington, V., Jones, D., Nieuwboer, A., Willems, A., Kwakkel, G and Wegen, E. V. (2004). Attending to the task: Interference effects of functional tasks on walking in Parkinson’s disease and the roles of cognition, depression, fatigue, and balance. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Volume 85, Issue 10, Pages 1578-1585

Wood, R. L., & Liossi, C. (2005). Long-term neuropsychological impact of brief occupational exposure to organic solvents. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Volume 20, Issue 5, Pages 655-665

Wood, R.L and Liossi, C. (2006). The ecological validity of executive tests in a severely brain injured sample. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Volume 21, Issue 5, Pages 429-437

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