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Table 5 Results of the neuropsychologic test between the two groups

From: The impact of subthreshold levels of amyloid deposition on conversion to dementia in patients with amyloid-negative amnestic mild cognitive impairment

   Non-converter (N = 64) Converter (N = 39) P value
Attention Digit span forward − 0.223 ± 1.238 0.033 ± 1.140 0.300
Digit span backward − 0.391 ± 1.175 − 0.251 ± 1.262 0.579
Language K-BNT − 0.637 ± 1.078 − 1.062 ± 1.229 0.069
Visuospatial RCFT copy 0.006 ± 0.937 − 0.469 ± 1.442 0.072
Memory SVLT-E immediate recall − 1.103 ± 0.771 − 1.071 ± 0.855 0.842
SVLT-E delayed recall − 1.268 ± 0.925 − 1.610 ± 0.834 0.063
SVLT-E recognition − 0.909 ± 1.153 − 0.971 ± 1.203 0.795
RCFT immediate recall* − 0.563 ± 0.952 − 1.120 ± 0.679 0.001
RCFT delayed recall* − 0.652 ± 0.854 − 1.321 ± 0.648 < 0.001
RCFT recognition* − 0.571 ± 1.393 − 1.355 ± 0.996 0.001
Frontal/executive COWAT animal* − 0.346 ± 1.563 − 0.970 ± 1.045 0.018
COWAT supermarket − 0.441 ± 1.210 − 0.808 ± 0.698 0.056
COWAT phonemic − 0.613 ± 1.064 − 0.825 ± 0.755 0.273
Stroop test color reading − 0.872 ± 1.402 − 1.222 ± 1.163 0.214
  1. The results of the neuropsychological tests were analyzed using an age-adjusted ANCOVA test
  2. K-BNT, Korean version Boston naming test; RCFT, Rey complex figure test; SVLT-E, Seoul verbal learning test-elderly; COWAT, controlled oral word association test; ANCOVA, analysis of covariance
  3. *P < 0.05