NCDS – Age 50 – Verbal Fluency (Animal Naming) Test ShareThis

The 1958 National Child Development Study (NCDS) assessed their cohort members (CMs) during the study’s age 50 sweep using the Verbal Fluency (Animal Naming) Test.

Details on this measure and the data collected from the CMs are outlined in the table below.

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This page is part of CLOSER’s ‘A guide to the cognitive measures in five British birth cohort studies’.