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Span

To cover all contingencies within a specified range.

Span

A unit of length equivalent to nine inches.
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The composite executive function score was calculated by adding each of the span scores for the forward digit span, backward digit span, and letter number sequencing tasks.
66 for the FD factor (Freedom from Distractibility: Arithmetic, Coding, and Digit Span subtests).
Digit span and list recognition were not included in these analyses, and they are used to compute the RBANS EI.
9 animals, and a forward and backward digit span of 5.
A significant interaction was observed between exercise and medication use based on results of the BTA test and the Digit Span Forward and Backward Task.
The Digit Span subtest of the Wechsler Memory Scale, Third Edition was used as a measure of verbal working memory and attention (Wechsler, 1981).
The standard neuropsychological fatigue test battery included (in order) the WAIS-R Digit Span Test (Wechsler 1997), the UCLA-AVLT (Schmidt 1996), the WMS-R Logical Memory Test (Wechsler 1987), the Trail Making Test (War Department 1944), the Digit Symbol Substitution Subtest from the WAIS-R (Wechsler 1981), the Taylor Complex Figure Memory Test (Duley et al.
We have collected population norms for the following bedside tests: digit span forward, digit span backwards, trail making test A and trail making test B.
The first session consisted of the Coding, Digit Span, and Arithmetic subtests of the Weschsler Intelligence Scale for Children Revised Mexican Version (WISCRM) (Wechsler 1974, 1981), a test of number and letter sequencing (Reitan and Wolfson 1992), and the Cognitive Abilities Test (a computerbased test with four tasks: Stimulus discrimination, Sternberg memory, Visual Memory Span, and Visual Search) (Detterman 1988).
The tests included the Telephone Interview Cognitive Status test, delayed recall of a 10-word list, category fluency, and digit span backward.
Secondary endpoint measures were modified Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-cognitive subscale (ADAS-cog), Digit Span Backwards test, Symbol Digit Modalities test and Patient Global Assessment (PGA).
The KEDI-WISC evaluates Full Scale IQ, Verbal IQ, and Performance IQ, and consists of 12 subtests: Information, Similarities, Arithmetic, Vocabulary, Comprehension, Picture Completion, Picture Arrangement, Block Design, Object Assembly, Coding, Digit Span, and Mazes.