Publication Date

2016

Abstract

Previous research has shown an effect of ethnicity on cognitive test performance and higher rates of Mild Cognitive Impairment in persons of non-English speaking background (NESB). This study examined differences in test performance between native English speakers and NESB on traditional and computerised neuropsychological measures; effects of demographic, linguistic and acculturation characteristics, and clinical and risk factors on performance, and whether these characteristics account for language group (English, NESB) performance differences.

School/Institute

School of Allied Health

Document Type

Journal Article

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