Trail Making Test, Part B as a Measure of Executive Control: Validation Using a Set-Switching Paradigm

Katherine Arbuthnott


Recent controversy surrounds the use of the Trail Making Test as a measure of cognitive flexibility, given that the Trail Making Test, Part B differs from Part A in factors of motor control and perceptual complexity


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