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Author: Paul L. Wang, Karen E. Ennis, Sherrie L. Copland
Summary: The CCT has been used by the occupational therapists for ascertaining the fundamental cognitive skills in performing activities of daily living and by the psychologists as a part of test batteries for assessing mental competency.... The examiner should not determine the client's status of competency based on the CCT findings alone."
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Library Record: Call # BF 432.5 C648 W246c 1992 manual ATOOLS (Reserve Desk)
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