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    Title: Practice effect and test-retest reliability of the Mini-Mental State Examination-2 in people with dementia
    Authors: 李雅珍;Lee, Ya-Chen;Lee, Shu-Chun;Lee, Shu-Chun;Chiu, En-Chi;Chiu, En-Chi
    Contributors: 醫學暨健康學院職能治療學系
    Keywords: Mini?Mental State Examination, Practice e?ect, Reliability, People with dementia
    Date: 2022-01-01
    Issue Date: 2023-03-29 10:22:43 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: Background The Mini-Mental State Examination-Second Edition (MMSE-2) consists of three visions: a brief version (MMSE-2:BV), a standard version (MMSE-2:SV), and an expanded version (MMSE-2: EV). Each version was equipped with alternate forms (blue and red). There was a lack of evidence on the practice effect and test-retest reliability of the three versions of the MMSE-2, limiting its utility in both clinical and research settings. The purpose of this study was to examine the practice effect and test-retest reliability of the MMSE-2 in people with dementia. Methods One hundred and twenty participants were enrolled, of which 60 were administered with the blue form twice (i.e., the same-form group, [SF group]) and 60 were administered with the blue form first and then the red form (alternate-form group, [AF group]). The practice effect was evaluated using a paired t -test and Cohen’s d . The test-retest reliability was examined using the intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC). Results For the practice effects, in the SF group, no statistically significant differences were found for the MMSE-2:BV and MMSE-2: EV total scores and eight subtests ( p = 0.061–1.000), except for the MMSE-2:SV total score ( p = 0.029). In the AF group, no statistically significant differences were found for all three versions of the total scores and subtests ( p = 0.106–1.000), except for the visual-constructional ability subtest ( p = 0.010). Cohen’s d of all three versions’ total scores and subtests were 0.00–0.20 and 0.00–0.26 for SF group and AF group, respectively. For the test-retest reliability, ICC values for all three versions and eight subtests in SF and AF groups were 0.60–0.93 and 0.56–0.93, respectively. Conclusion Our results demonstrated that the practice effect could be minimized when alternate forms of the MMSE-2 were used. The MMSE-2 had good to excellent test-retest reliability, except for three subtests (i.e., visual-constructional ability, registration, and recall). Caution should be taken when interpreting the results of visual-constructional ability, registration, and recall subtests of the MMSE-2.
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