2018
DOI: 10.1590/1516-4446-2017-2379
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Validation of the Mnemonic Similarity Task – Context Version

Abstract: Objective: Pattern separation (PS) is the ability to represent similar experiences as separate, nonoverlapping representations. It is usually assessed via the Mnemonic Similarity Task -Object Version (MST-O) which, however, assesses PS performance without taking behavioral context discrimination into account, since it is based on pictures of everyday simple objects on a white background. We here present a validation study for a new task, the Mnemonic Similarity Task -Context Version (MST-C), which is designed … Show more

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“…Good convergent validity has also been shown by strong relations among scores, and strong discriminant validity evidenced by low associations with scores on assessments of other constructs (Aldi et al, 2018;Cheng et al, 2011;Oliveira et al, 2016;Stegen et al, 2010;Teichner et al, 1999).…”
Section: Sustained Attentionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Good convergent validity has also been shown by strong relations among scores, and strong discriminant validity evidenced by low associations with scores on assessments of other constructs (Aldi et al, 2018;Cheng et al, 2011;Oliveira et al, 2016;Stegen et al, 2010;Teichner et al, 1999).…”
Section: Sustained Attentionmentioning
confidence: 99%