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Test of Everyday Attention (TEA) - Frequently Asked Questions

Could you please tell me more about how I can use the different versions of the TEA for retesting?


Could you please tell me more about how I can use the different versions of the TEA for retesting?

In the standardisation study 154 subjects were given Version A of the test, while a subset of 118 of these subjects were given Version B one week later. A further, smaller subset of the original sample (n=39) was administered Version C on a third occasion.

Because improvements with practice are seen in some subtests, repeated use of the TEA should follow the A, B, C order. Therefore, you can use the test for re-testing in the order described above. It is important to be aware that some tests show stronger practice effects (e.g. dual-task decrement) and should then be interpreted with care.

 

Key Information

Description

Measure selective attention, sustained attention and attentional switching

Author(s)

Ian H Robertson

Ian Nimmo-Smith

Tony Ward

Valerie Ridgeway

Publication Year

1994

Age Range

18 years to 80 years

Administration

Individual - 45 to 60 minutes

Qualification Code

CL1


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