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Table 1 List of the seven tests used to evaluate the four domains (cognitive speed, memory, executive function and motor speed)

From: A short tool to screen HIV-infected patients for mild neurocognitive disorders – a pilot study

Cognitive domain Test Variables
Cognitive speed Trail Making Test (TMT) (1944; Tombaugh et al. 1998) part A and B number of seconds to complete part A and part B
  Digit Symbol Test (DST) (Härting et al. 2000; Aster et al. 2006) number of correct items
Memory wordlist from the Multiple Sclerose Inventarium Cognition (Calabrese et al. 2004) number of correct items on 10 items learning and delayed recall
Executive functions TMT ( 1944; Tombaugh et al. 1998) part A and B number of seconds to complete part B
Motor speed DST (Härting et al. 2000; Aster et al. 2006) number of correct items
  Grooved Pegboard (Ruff & Parker 1993) with dominant and non-dominant hand number of seconds needed for completion
  TMT ( 1944; Tombaugh et al. 1998) part A and B number of seconds to complete part A and part B