Token Test – a multilingual app for aphasia diagnostics on a tablet
Token Test (de Renzi & Vignolo, 1962) is a classic test for aphasia assessment after stroke and is widely used in research and clinical practice. The aim of this project is to develop a multilingual tablet app based on the short version of the Token Test (de Renzi & Faglini, 1978). A pilot project showed that the app is compatible with the paper-and-pencil version and reliably identifies patients with aphasia (Akinina et al., 2017). At present, data is being collected to determine cutoff scores and psychometric properties of the second updated version of the app in Russian. There are about 40 different language versions in the app. The project is directed by the scientific advisor of the Center Prof. Dr. Roelien Bastiaanse and is a close collaboration with the University of Groningen.
Akinina Y., Buivolova O., Iskra E., Silaeva V., Soloukhina O., Bastiaanse R. Token Test on a tablet: a case of adaptation // Poster presented at the 14th European Conference on Psychological Assessment, Lisbon, Portugal, July 5-8th 2017.
The project was partially supported by HSE Academic Fund Programme (personal grant to the Center employee Yulia Akinina №15-01-0110, 2015-2017)
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