Scoring and Interpretation
The NIH Toolbox® Scoring and Interpretation Guide for the iPad is designed to be a resource to NIH Toolbox users. It provides basic information about how each of the measures that comprise the NIH Toolbox is s...Read Article
Is there are way to obtain separate accuracy and reaction time scores (aside from examining the raw data)?
Both Flanker and DCCS use a 2-vector scoring method that takes accuracy and reaction time (if accuracy >=80%) into account, resulting in a computed score that can range in value from 0-10. The NIH Toolbox s...Read Article
The NIH Toolbox iPad app automatically generates normalized scaled scores for Cognition instruments, given that all relevant demographic information was entered for a participant. In the case where this inform...Read Article
Your website indicates how to interpret the Age-Corrected Standard Scores, Uncorrected Standard Scores, and Fully Corrected T-Scores. But what can be said of the raw scores? How are these meant to be interpreted?
The interpretation of the Raw Score varies by test. For example: for Emotion measures, the raw score indicates the simple sum of item responses; for Flanker, the Raw Score represents the number of items with co...Read Article