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Étalonnage du test de la Figure Complexe de Rey auprès de la population 20-39 ans

Abstract : The Rey Complex Figure A test is often used in speech therapy for evaluation of cognitive impairment in many diseases. The study we propose is intended to provide a detailed calibration of Rey Complex Figure A test, for the population aged 20-39. Calibration was conducted using 126 subjects, aged 20 to 39 years, divided into two age groups (20-29 years; 30-39 years old), three levels of education (below baccalauréat, BAC to BAC+2, BAC greater than 2), and gender. We hoped to observe a difference in scores and times (copying and reproduction) as a function of age (hypothesis 1), gender (hypothesis 2), and educational level (hypothesis 3). The results show a significant influence of the variable of educational level on the scores of copy, reproduction and reproduction time. The intersection of the three variables also proved to be significant for the score in copying. The variables age and gender did not yield significant results. Hypothesis 1 and 2 have been invalidated. Hypothesis 3 was partially confirmed, because all of the results do not prove significant. This study clarified the calibration of the Rey Figure A for this population.
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Alice Thine-Coussié. Étalonnage du test de la Figure Complexe de Rey auprès de la population 20-39 ans. Sciences cognitives. 2012. ⟨dumas-00730784⟩



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