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Test-retest reliability and Practice Effect of the Leuven Perceptual Organisation Screening Test

Ding, Xiaotong; Vancleef, Kathleen

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Xiaotong Ding



Abstract

Visual diagnostic tests must have a high degree of consistency in its measurements (high reliability) to ensure accurate assessment of perceptual abilities. The current study assessed test-retest reliability and practice effects in Leuven Perceptual Organisation Screening Test (L-POST) in 144 healthy volunteers with time intervals between 0 and 756 days. We used correlation analysis, Bland-Altman analysis, and multi-level modelling. Results from our three analyses converged and supported an adequate reliability of L-POST. Multi-level modelling demonstrated an absence of practice effect, suggesting that the LPOST is suitable for repeat administration. This study suggests that Leuven Perceptual Organisation Screening Test has adequate reliability and is suitable for repeat administration even at short intervals. This study provides the basis for a more systematic evaluation for neuropsychological assessments, which can lead to the development of more reliable assessment batteries.

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Ding, X., & Vancleef, K. (2022). Test-retest reliability and Practice Effect of the Leuven Perceptual Organisation Screening Test. Behavior Research Methods, 54(5), 2457-2462. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-021-01741-z

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Nov 3, 2021
Online Publication Date Jan 11, 2022
Publication Date 2022-10
Deposit Date Nov 11, 2021
Publicly Available Date Dec 16, 2022
Journal Behavior Research Methods
Print ISSN 1554-351X
Electronic ISSN 1554-3528
Publisher Psychonomic Society
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 54
Issue 5
Pages 2457-2462
DOI https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-021-01741-z

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