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Author: Paul W. Burgess
Summary: The Hayling Test provides a measure of basic task initiation speed as well as performance on a response suppression task: performance on such tests has been repeatedly associated with frontal lobe dysfunction and dysexecutive symptoms in everyday life. The Brixton Test is a rule detection and rule following task. Impairments on such tests are possibly the most commonly demonstrated impairments in people with dysexecutive problems.
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