Trail Making Test A and B

This measures visual scanning, visuomotor tracking, and response set flexibility. Trails A involves connecting consecutively numbered circles, from 1 to 25. Trails B requires the patient to continually shift set, alternating between letters and numbers (i.e., 1, A, 2, B, etc.). Both tasks must be performed as quickly as possible and without lifting the writing utensil from the paper.


Wisconsin Card Sorting Test

A measure of nonverbal concept formation, response set flexibility, sustained attention, and ability to integrate corrective feedback. The patient must sort cards according to underlying principles (color, form, number), which must be deduced and which are shifted at set intervals.

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