Under-diagnosis of MCI in longitudinal studies: The problem of not accounting fo

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Practice effects from repeat testing can result in underdiagnosis of mild cognitive impairment

Background: True measures of cognitive decline across the lifespan must be obtained through longitudinal testing, but age-based norms do not account for practice effects (PEs) of repeat testing. We...