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Development, Reliability, and Equivalence of an Alternate Form for the CQ Duty Performance-based Measure

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Technical Report,30 Sep 2018,29 Sep 2019

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Allina Health System Minneapolis United States

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Previous research demonstrated that the recently-developed Charge of Quarters Duty Test CQDT, a performance-based assessment of executive function, can be reliably administered and distinguishes between known-groups of healthy control soldiers and those with traumatic brain injury. As such, the CQDT shows promise in helping to inform readiness to return to duty and need for rehabilitation. However, performance based assessments that involve multitasking such as the CQDT, cannot be repeated as a post-treatment outcome measure due to learning effects. Therefore, an equivalent alternate form is needed. Research Question 1. Can an expert team of military, Veterans Administration, and civilian rehabilitation researchers and clinicians develop an equivalent alternate form of the CQD that is experienced as novel by SM with mTBI Research Question 2. To what extent can 2 independent raters achieve acceptable levels of inter-rater reliability in scoring subject performance of CQD-Original CQD-O and CQD-Alternate Form CQD-AFResearch Question 3. To what extent is the CQD-AF equivalent to the CQD-O based on a difference of paired scores for both forms of the CQD and b correlation between participants performance of neurocognitive measures of executive functioning and each version of theCQD

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  • Anatomy and Physiology

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