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Normalisation d'un test de fluences verbales privatives et de fluence non verbale

Abstract : In 2012, a study focused on the links between two executive functions: spontaneous flexibility and inhibition. A partial standardization of a privative fluencies test has been carried out. The objectives of the present study are to pursue this standardization by expanding the control population and to calibrate a non verbal fluency test. 42 control subjects were tested in addition to the 43 controls of the 2012 research. The results of our study highlight an influence of age and level of education on privative fluencies. Concerning non verbal fluency, we found no influence of the variables «sex», «age» and «level of education» on the control subjects’ performance. Moreover, these tests have been validated with a population of 23 patients with brain injury. Besides, we wondered what specific processes could be involved during the execution of these fluencies.
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Élodie Haras, Camille Macia. Normalisation d'un test de fluences verbales privatives et de fluence non verbale. Sciences cognitives. 2014. ⟨dumas-01076629⟩

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