Trail Making Tests A & B

Test: Trail Making Test A & B

Norms available for:

  • Zulu-, Setswana-, Northern Sotho-, Sotho-, Tsonga- or Xhosa-speaking children aged 13 – 15 years.

The norms have been published in the following article:

Skuy, M., Schutte, E., Fridjhon, P., & O’Carroll, S. (2001). Suitablity of published neuropsychological test norms for urban African secondary school students in South Africa. Personality and individual Differences, 1413 – 1425.

  • Xhosa-speaking adults aged 18 – 29 and 30 – 40.

The norms have been published in the following article:

Andrews, K., Shuttleworth-Edwards, A.B., & Radloff, S.E. (2012). Normative indications for Xhosa speaking unskilled workers on the Trail Making and Stroop Tests. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 22(3), 333-342.

  • Zulu-speaking adults aged 18 – 29 and 30 – 50.

The norms have been published in the following article:

Singh, D., Joska, J.A., Goodkin, K., Lopez, E., Myer, L., Paul, R.H., John, S., & Sunpath, H. (2010).  Normative scores for a brief neuropsychological battery for the detection of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) among South Africans. Biomed Central, v. 3.

Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14330237.2012.10820538#.VAArPcWSySo