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Revised token test by Malcolm Ray McNeil

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Published by University Park Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

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Statementby Malcolm Ray Mc Neil and Thomas E. Prescott.
ContributionsPrescott, Thomas E.
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Open LibraryOL19910837M

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validity of the computerized revised token test (CRTT) and three experimental reading versions (CRTT-R) in normal elderly individuals and persons with aphasia. Paper presented to the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Jackson Hole, WY. McNeil, M.R. & Prescott, T. (). Revised Token Test. Pro Ed, Austin. Oldfield, R.C. ().File Size: 62KB. The Token Test and its variants are used to assess auditory comprehension in persons with developmental and acquired disorders affecting language. The examinee provides a gestural response (pointing to or moving plastic tokens) in response to a verbal command (e.g., touch the .   For all concerned with assessing the neuropsychologic aspects of aphasia and brain damage, this book nicely balances the "how to" and theoretical interpretations. It is a high quality soft-cover first edition with the following threefold purpose: a reconstruction of the original Token Test, a Cited by: The Revised Token Test (McNeil & Prescott, , RTT) is a well-established test of auditory language processing disorders in persons with aphasia. A computerized version of the test, the Computerized Revised Token Test (C-RTT), was developed recently in our laboratory to better control stimuli presentation, and eliminate variability associated with the complex scoring requirements of the by: 1.