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Table 1 Demographic and cognitive variables of all participants

From: Can a combination of two neuropsychological tests screen for mild neurocognitive disorder better than each test alone? A cross-sectional study

  Mild NCD, 49% (n = 70) Normal CF, 51% (n = 73) P value
*Male (62) 41.9% (n = 26) 58.1% (n = 36) 0.05
*Female (81) 54.3% (n = 44) 45.7% (n = 37) 0.04
Age 67.73 ± 5.25 66.62 ± 5.55 0.04
MMSE 17.51 ± 3.42 26.25 ± 2.07 0.001
CDT 1.03 ± 1.02 3.07 ± 0.93 0.001
VF 8.56 ± 2.41 12.88 ± 1.78 0.001
BNT 9.64 ± 2.47 13.37 ± 1.62 0.001
  1. MMSE mini-mental state examination test, CDT clock drawing test, VF verbal fluency, BNT Boston naming test, NCD neurocognitive disorder, CF cognitive function
  2. *Chi-square test and Pearson’s chi-square = 2.15
  3. P value more than 0.05 is not significant