Research Poster| Volume 96, ISSUE 12, e15, December 2015

Assessing Attention: Relationship between Circular Visual-Tracking and Spatial Span, and Implication for Electronic Assessment

      To examine the relationship between a validated visual attention measure (Spatial Span, standard version) and a circular visual-tracking (CVT) paradigm sensitive to attentional degradation. To use these results to guide future research in the assessment of populations in which attention is vulnerable to impairment, specifically by evaluating the utility of an alternate (electronic) modality of Spatial Span.
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