Neurocognitive Correlates of the Trail Making Test for Older Children in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury

Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 05/03/2012

The findings corroborate with previous studies and provide evidence of the mechanisms that underlie TMT–C performance in brain injured children.


  • Sixty–one children and adolescents with moderate to severe brain injuries completed the TMT–C and performed a battery of neuropsychological tests.
  • Regression analysis was used to analyze the relationship between cognitive constructs and TMT–C performance.


  • Results indicated that processing speed predicted Trails A performance while backwards span tasks predicted Trails B performance.

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