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The Education Total F1 F2 performance. BDS evaluates dynamic motor control, alphanumeric sequencing, and insight. The initial Demographics Age This suggests that variability in processing speed have examined the psychometric properties of the BDS-II scoring system or its effect on the Motor Tap Dom -. Item 3 factor structure. Thus, commissions reflected impulsivity, not inattention.

Thus, the 1. Reasons for Age Tests and Selection: Tests were selected based Service Connected 94 BDS-II outcome variables. Neuroimaging studies have Tap Dom. Dynamic Motor Organization -. Additional research is warranted to 2. Echopraxia and Factor 1 scores. Motoric Procedural Learning -. This Used reliable measures from all neurocognitive domains except language. Monitoring -. Factor 2 is related to Results limited to neurologically healthy. There are no conflicts of interest to disclose.

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Behavioral Dyscontrol Scale BDS is a clinical measure previously shown to be related to frontal lobe integrity, executive abilities, and functional independence. The results yielded high internal consistency and provided support for convergent, discriminant, and incremental validity. Overall, the results demonstrate the feasibility of converting the BDS into an electronic instrument and support continued research and development of this instrument. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!


We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The purpose of the study was to test the hypothesis that the Behavioral Dyscontrol Scale BDS , a measure of the ability to use intentions to guide purposeful activity, would be strongly associated with concurrent functional status after controlling for age, sex, education, severity of pain, medical comorbidity, depression Geriatric Depression Scale , and general mental status Mini Mental State Exam [MMSE]. Functional status was assessed by rehabilitaion nurses' ratings of patients on 11 individual Activities of Daily Living ADL items and the Barthel Index. The hypothesis, tested by means of multiple regression analysis, was supported by the results.

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