Table 12Cognition data available for analysis in CCHS-CLSA, CSHA and NuAge

Analysis TypeCCHS-CLSACSHANuAge
Within Datasetraw-Reyraw-Rey
t-Reyt-Rey
c-Reyc-Rey
raw-HUI
t-HUI
c-HUI
raw-Buschke (free)raw-Buschke (free)
t-Buschke (free)t-Buschke (free)
c-Buschke (free)c-Buschke (free)
raw-Buschke (total)raw-Buschke (total)
t-Buschke (total)t-Buschke (total)
c-Buschke (total)c-Buschke (total)
Latent-memoryLatent-MemoryLatent-Memory
Between DatasetsHarmonized latent variable [Rey]Harmonized latent variable [Rey, Buschke (free, total)]Harmonized latent variable [Buschke (free, total)]

CCHS = Canadian Community Health Survey; CLSA = Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging; CSHA = Canadian Study of Health and Aging; HUI = Health Utilities Index; n = sample size; NuAge = Quebec Longitudinal Study on Nutrition and Aging; sd = standard deviation

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

Cover of Harmonization of Cognitive Measures in Individual Participant Data and Aggregate Data Meta-Analysis
Harmonization of Cognitive Measures in Individual Participant Data and Aggregate Data Meta-Analysis [Internet].
Griffith L, van den Heuvel E, Fortier I, et al.

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