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This paper describes the structure and contents of EC301, a standardized testing battery for the evaluation of brain- damaged adults in the area of calculation and number processing. The battery was administered to 180 normal subjects stratified by education(3 levels), age (3) and gender. EC301 is composed of a large variety of tasks dealing with basic arithmetic skills, and their linguistic, spatial, and mnesic dimensions. The three main notational systems for numbers - Arabic digits, written verbal, and spoken verbal number forms - are explored. Analysis of error rates indicated the effect of some demographic factors (principally, education; incidentally, gender) on normal performance in some tasks.
Author(s): Deloche G, Seron X, Larroque C, Magnien C, Metzlutz MN, Riva I, Schils JP, Dordain M, Ferrand I, Baeta E, Basso A, Cipolotti L, Clarossalinas D, Howard D, Gaillard F, Goldenberg G, Mazzucchi A, Stachowiak F, Tzavaras A, Vendrell J, Bergego C, Pradatdiehl P, Noel MN
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
Print publication date: 01/04/1994
ISSN (print): 0168-8634
ISSN (electronic): 1744-411X
Publisher: Psychology Press
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