This PC program (hmgt.exe) accompanies the paper: Crawford, J. R., & Warrington, E. K. (2002). The Homophone Meaning Generation Test: Psychometric properties and a method for estimating premorbid performance. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 8, 547-554.
The HMGT is a verbal fluency measure that has been shown to be sensitive to the presence of anterior lesions (Warrington, 2000). The program provides confidence limits on HMGT scores, it also estimates an individual’s premorbid performance on the HMGT from NART scores and analyses the discrepancy between the estimated premorbid score and the HMGT score obtained on testing.
Click here to download (439KB) the program (i.e., save it to disk). Your web browser is most probably configured to recognise that the file as an executable. If you encounter any problems (i.e. the browser treats it as a text file), try holding down the shift key when clicking. A zipped version of the program is also available
Once downloaded, the program can be run by any of the normal Windows procedures; i.e. by clicking on file in file manager, by using Windows start menu, or by placing on desktop etc.
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