Research and Funding

Instruments to Detect Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults

Automatic Clock Drawing Test

Abbreviation: 
ACDT
Administration Method: 
Notes: 
Touch-screen kiosk supplied by Specialty Automated (140); Internet based (307)
Administration Time: 
Notes: 
4 min (307)
Level of Expertise to Administer: 
Notes: 
Professional Staff & Volunteers (140)
Cost: 
Notes: 
US $8.99 per test-800 tests; US $12.99 per test-500 tests; US $14.99 per test-200 tests; US $14.99 per test-300 tests (308)
Measures Change Over Time: 
No
Sample Source: 
Target Age Range: 
85+
Notes: 
Average age: 81.6 yrs (range 64-99 yrs) (140)
Education Level Required to Understand Test:
Special Population Samples: 
No information identified
Cognitive Domains Assessed: 
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References

Reference Number Citation PMID DOI
140 Use of the automatic clock drawing test to rapidly screen for cognitive impairment in older adults, drivers, and the physically challenged. Straus SH J Am Geriatr Soc. 2007 Feb;55(2):310-1. 17302675 Another Link
308 Automatic Clock Drawing Test Another Link