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Animal Naming Performance in Korean Elderly: Effects of age, education, and gender, and Typicality
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Animal Naming Performance in Korean Elderly: Effects of age, education, and gender, and Typicality
Kim, Jung-Wan; Kim, Hyang-Hee;
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 Abstract
The animal naming test (ANT) is known to be influenced not only by age, gender, and education but only by ethnicity, culture, and language. Thus, population-specific norm considering these variables needs to be developed for Korean-speaking elderly. We evaluated 185 healthy elderly people with five measures. Education was the single statistically independent correlate of the total number of words (
 Keywords
Semantic Verbal Fluency;Animal Naming;Korean Elderly;Typicality;
 Language
English
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