Table 14Frequencies of the cognition tests in CCHS-CLSA, CSHA and NuAge

Correct NumberCCHS-CLSA (n=7,107)CSHA (n=1,730)NuAge (n=432)
Health UtilityRey Free RecallRey Free RecallBuschke Free RecallBuschke Total RecallBuschke Free RecallBuschke Total Recall
05,055837974410
114520012640500
21,483617226641030
33511,108373887140
4701,44130714910281
511,43822718814580
6NA1,0859224222613
7NA5924530136694
8NA3241824846644
9NA1341185735310
10NA563111123385
11NA190352862024
12NA8051,0941433
13NA20NANA846
14NA00NANA181
15NA00NANA084
16NANANANANA0137
Total7,1057,1071,4971,7301,730432432

CCHS = Canadian Community Health Survey; CLSA = Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging; CSHA = Canadian Study of Health and Aging; n = sample size; NA = not applicable; NuAge = Quebec Longitudinal Study on Nutrition and Aging

From: Methods and Results: Implementing and Evaluating Three Methods of Statistical Harmonization Applied to Cognitive Measures (Objective 3)

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