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Table 5 Cognitive and Emotional assessment tests

From: A randomized controlled trial protocol to test the efficacy of a dual-task multicomponent exercise program in the attenuation of frailty in long-term nursing home residents: Aging-ONDUAL-TASK study

Test (Reference) Functions Description
Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) (Coen et al., 2016)a Mild Cognitive Impairment, Early Alzheimer’s disease Covered domains: attention and concentration, executive functions, memory, language, visuoconstructional skills, conceptual thinking, calculations, orientation
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV) (Wechsler et al., 2010) Cognitive impairment Covered domains: attention, visual scanning, motor speed
Trail Making Test (TMT) (Reitan, 1958) Cognitive impairment Assesses: visual-conceptual and visual-motor tracking, sustained attention and task alternation abilities
Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test (RAVLT) (Lezak, 1995) Memory and learning capacity Evaluates short- and long-term verbal memory assessing the ability to learn a list of 15 common words
Anxiety and Depression Goldberg Scale (Goldberg et al., 1988)a Affective state Includes nine depression and nine anxiety items from the past month
The Jong Gierveld loneliness scale (de Jong-Gierveld, 1987) Emotional and social loneliness Includes characteristics of the social network, background variables, personality characteristics, and evaluative aspects
Questionnaire QoL-AD (Logsdon et al., 2002) Perceived quality of life Self-rated quality of life for people with cognitive impairments
  1. aRodriguez-Larrad et al. [33]