Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test

Background/aim: The test your memory (TYM) is reported to be a sensitive cognitive function assessment scale for people with dementia. The aim of the present study was to investigate the reliability and validity of an adapted Turkish version of the TYM (TYM-TR) among Turkish dementia patients. Materials and methods: The TYM-TR was given to 59 patients with dementia aged 60+ and 336 normal controls aged 23-75+. The diagnostic utility of the TYM-TR was compared with that of the mini-mental state examination (MMSE) to validate it. Results: The internal consistency of the TYM-TR was &alpha; = 0.85. The test-retest reliability was 0.97 (P < 0.001). The TYM-TR showed a statistically significant correlation with MMSE; r (57) = 0.628 P < 0.001. The TYM-TR distinguished dementia patients from controls (AUC = 0.994). A cut-off point of 34 was optimal for detecting dementia with a sensitivity of 96.61% and a specificity of 96.13% [95% CI (0.981-0.999)]. Conclusion: The Turkish version of the TYM was found to have good reliability and validity to distinguish dementia in the Turkish population.

Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test

Background/aim: The test your memory (TYM) is reported to be a sensitive cognitive function assessment scale for people with dementia. The aim of the present study was to investigate the reliability and validity of an adapted Turkish version of the TYM (TYM-TR) among Turkish dementia patients. Materials and methods: The TYM-TR was given to 59 patients with dementia aged 60+ and 336 normal controls aged 23-75+. The diagnostic utility of the TYM-TR was compared with that of the mini-mental state examination (MMSE) to validate it. Results: The internal consistency of the TYM-TR was &alpha; = 0.85. The test-retest reliability was 0.97 (P < 0.001). The TYM-TR showed a statistically significant correlation with MMSE; r (57) = 0.628 P < 0.001. The TYM-TR distinguished dementia patients from controls (AUC = 0.994). A cut-off point of 34 was optimal for detecting dementia with a sensitivity of 96.61% and a specificity of 96.13% [95% CI (0.981-0.999)]. Conclusion: The Turkish version of the TYM was found to have good reliability and validity to distinguish dementia in the Turkish population.

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APA Maviş, İ , Adapınar, B , Yenilmez, Ç , Aydın, A , Olgun, E , Bal, C . (2015). Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test . Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences , 45 (5) , 1178-1185 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tbtkmedical/issue/12392/149062
MLA Maviş, İ , Adapınar, B , Yenilmez, Ç , Aydın, A , Olgun, E , Bal, C . "Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test" . Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences 45 (2015 ): 1178-1185 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tbtkmedical/issue/12392/149062>
Chicago Maviş, İ , Adapınar, B , Yenilmez, Ç , Aydın, A , Olgun, E , Bal, C . "Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test". Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences 45 (2015 ): 1178-1185
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ISNAD Maviş, İLKNUR , Adapınar, BELGİN DEMET ÖZBABALIK , Yenilmez, ÇINAR , Aydın, AYŞE , Olgun, ENGİN , Bal, CENGİZ . "Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test". Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences 45 / 5 (Mayıs 2015): 1178-1185 .
AMA Maviş İ , Adapınar B , Yenilmez Ç , Aydın A , Olgun E , Bal C . Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test. Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences. 2015; 45(5): 1178-1185.
Vancouver Maviş İ , Adapınar B , Yenilmez Ç , Aydın A , Olgun E , Bal C . Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test. Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences. 2015; 45(5): 1178-1185.
IEEE İ. Maviş , B. Adapınar , Ç. Yenilmez , A. Aydın , E. Olgun ve C. Bal , "Test your memory-Turkish version (TYM-TR): reliability and validity study of a cognitive screening test", Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences, c. 45, sayı. 5, ss. 1178-1185, May. 2015

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