The Token Test app is an implementation of the shortened Token Test for aphasia and language impairment detection devised by De Renzi and Faglioni (De Renzi, E., & Faglioni, P., Normative data and screening power of a shortened version of the Token Test. Cortex, 1978, 14, pp 41-49).
The current version 2 is an upgrade of the previous tablet application (Bastiaanse, R. Raaijmakers, S. & Satoer, D., 2015).
Some important changes:
- Presentation and scoring bugs fixed
- Timing adjusted
- Visual feedback implemented
- Discontinue conditions as of (De Renzi & Faglioni, 1978) original paper enabled
- New languages added
Bastiaanse, R., Akinina, Yu., Satoer, D., de Kok, D. (2020). The Token Test App, Second Edition. Groningen (NL): The University of Groningen.
For a reference to a specific language version or other questions, please contact tokentest rug.nl
You can purchase the Android version (tablets only) in the Google Play store:
The iOS (iPad only) version is available in the Apple AppStore: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/rug-token-test/id1519395927.
The app was validated in Russian-speaking neurologically healthy individuals and people with aphasia. The preliminary results were presented at the conferences:
Akinina Yu., Buivolova O., Soloukhina O., Bastiaanse R. (2019) Psychometric properties of the Token Test App. Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie, 24, 74-76. Talk presented at the 20th International Science of Aphasia Conference, September 23-26, Rome, Italy. (Link to presentation)
Akinina, Yu., Bastiaanse, R., Soloukhina, O. (2019). Automated language deficit diagnostics with the Token Test App: Test-retest reliability and practice effects. Proceedings of the 7th IEEE International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health (IEEE SEGAH 2019). Poster presented at IEEE SEGAH 2019, August 5-7, Kyoto, Japan. (Link to poster)
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