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Three Forms of the Clinical Tests of the Sensorium and their Reliability

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 January 2018

Eileen Withers
Affiliation:
Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London, W.1
John Hinton
Affiliation:
Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London, W.1

Extract

Although the clinical tests of the sensorium (CTS) recommended in some standard psychiatric textbooks (Slater and Roth, 1969) are in common use, and although there have been studies using most of the constituent tests, there have been few investigations into the entire collection of tests.

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Research Article
Copyright
Copyright © Royal College of Psychiatrists, 1971 

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Kendrick, D. C. (1965). ‘Speed and learning in the diagnosis of diffuse brain damage in elderly subjects.’ British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 4, 141–8.Google Scholar
Slater, E., and Roth, M. (1969). Clinical Psychiatry. London.Google Scholar
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