Latent structure of the Test of Everyday Attention: convergent evidence from patients with traumatic brain injury.

Abstract:

AIM:The present study aimed to examine the nature of attention distinctions among sub-tests of the Test of Everyday Attention (TEA) underlying the performance of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI). METHOD:Confirmatory factor analysis was performed among a group of 92 patients with TBI experiencing chronic post-concussive symptoms. Comparisons were made of the fit of the previously identified models based on exploratory factor analysis, comprising three-to-four factors. MAIN OUTCOME:The results indicated that the 3-factor model with a visual selection component, a sustained attention component and a switching component provided an appropriate account of attentional performance than the other two 4-factor models. CONCLUSION:These findings are consistent with those of healthy sample. This study, therefore, provides convergent evidence on the latent structure of the TEA. It is consistent and stable across healthy and clinical populations.

journal_name

Brain Inj

journal_title

Brain injury

authors

Chan RC,Lai MK

doi

10.1080/02699050600676974

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2006-06-01 00:00:00

pages

653-9

issue

6

eissn

0269-9052

issn

1362-301X

pii

V140118482763RJ2

journal_volume

20

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