PEBL Technical Report 2012-05

PEBL Technical Report #2012-05
Evaluation of the test-retest reliability of the PEBL continuous performance test in a normative sample

Authors
 Brian J. Piper


Abstract

There is currently no information available regarding the test-retest reliability of the PEBL Continuous Performance Test (P-CPT). This psychometric information would be useful for laboratories considering adopting this attention test. Participants (N=12, 41.2% male) completed the P-CPT twice with an inter-test interval of fourteen days. The consistency of measurement for the mean response times on correct trials (r(10) = .795, p < .005) and bias (r(10) = .823, p < .001) was satisfactory. Although this small pilot study generally indicates that the test-retest reliability is good, further research is needed with a larger sample that includes individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.


How to cite:
Piper, B. J. (2012).  Evaluation of the test-retest reliability of the PEBL continuous performance test in a normative sample Decision Noise Experiment.  PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2012-05.  Retrieved from http://sites.google.com/site/pebltechnicalreports/home/2012/pebl-technical-report-2012-05.

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Technical Report Document:  Piper2012.pdf
Experiment Script: pcpt2.pbl


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