Table 1.

Demographic and neuropsychological data (underlined scores are defective)

PK07701-iF5316121 8914391135Normal6567 3421
KC18571-iM30149681 92r6 7106Normal38684323
DV15891-iM4518126 98100r74112Normal41654323
VY05001-jF6412113 8890r66109Normal314 364529
JL14451-jM5199186 79 4 1295Normal39632 32
RS14791-jF6388788 95r57 75Normal51 0 844422
JR15841-jM518 9011167r76108Normal25610 3930
WG08271-kM6812928512991Normal 214229
IM17251-kM661294855 11Normal32 39 14
DM04141-lM48128787103 4 1183Normal 205 285022
RS08681-lF7514 749785Broca 124930
JD11951-lM651512310712383107Normal40 3 294230
RD16491-lM7316118144104r66118Normal38 1 404730
HL18121-lM431611311864WFD1-m 1668 39
  • F1-a VIQ, Verbal IQ; PIQ, performance IQ (from the WAIS-R).

  • F1-b The MQ is a memory quotient prorated from the Wechsler Memory Scale, administered without the visual reproduction subtest; i.e., the score is derived from verbally based subtests only. MQs accompanied by an r are the verbal index from the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised.

  • F1-c BVRT, Benton Visual Retention Test; C, number correct (#/10); E, number of errors.

  • F1-d Attn/Conc, Attention/concentration index from the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised.

  • F1-e COWA, Controlled Oral Word Association Test from the Multilingual Aphasia Exam.

  • F1-f WCST, Wisconsin Card Sorting Test; Cat, categories completed; PE, perseverative errors.

  • F1-g FRT, Facial Recognition Test.

  • F1-h JLO, Judgment of Line Orientation Test.

  • F1-i Abnormal gambling/normal delay.

  • F1-j Abnormal gambling/abnormal delay.

  • F1-k Right frontal lesions.

  • F1-l Left frontal lesions.

  • F1-m WFD, Word-finding defect.