Boston Adlandırma Testi’Nin Sağlıklı Yaşlı Örneklemde Uyarlama Ve Norm Belirleme Çalışması.
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Boston Naming Test (BNT) is a neuropsychological test which was widely used to measure naming disorders associated with a variety of neuropathological events. The main purpose of this study is introduce the Turkish version of the BNT long form (consist of 60 items) [BNT-60 (TR)] and to present the normative value for healthy geriatric population. In the cultural/lingual adaptation study, 29 new items which is different from original ones were added to the test. The normative value determined according to age, gender and education level on Turkish healthy elderlys between ages 60-92 for BNT-60 (TR). 90 healthy and volunteer elderlys were participated in pilot study and 317 were in normative study. Three screening tests called Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA), Functional Activities Questionnaire (FAQ) and Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) were administered for participant selection. The data obtained of this study analyzed with 5 (age) x 2 (gender) x 3 (education) factorial ANOVA, 5 (