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 Title 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