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"Participants are required to name, as rapidly as possible, items presented visually on a chart. Each chart contains five rows of 10 stimuli from a category of five items. Categories include colors, lowercase letters, digits, and common objects. The tests are scored for total number of errors and time in seconds taken to complete each chart." - (Meyer, Wood, Hart, & Felton 1998)
Synonyms: RAN
Definition contributed by RPoldrack about six years ago

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REVISION 2

Definition contributed by CTorgerson about six years ago:"Participants are required to name, as rapidly as possible, items presented visually on a chart. Each chart contains five rows of 10 stimuli from a category of five items. Categories include colors, lowercase letters, digits, and common objects. The tests are scored for total number of errors and time in seconds taken to complete each chart." - (Meyer, Wood, Hart, & Felton 1998)

REVISION 1

Definition contributed by DLau about seven years ago:A task which involves rapidly naming a series of color blocks, letters, and pictures.

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