NDARC Technical Report No. 9 (1990)

SUMMARY

One of the research instruments currently in use at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre is the Rozelle Test Battery. This report is intended to provide a primary reference to that instrument, to describe the tests, the programming environment in which they were realised, and the considerations which led to the choice of tests, equipment and environment. The six original tests were intended to provide a broad range of performance indices sensitive to selected drug effects. The extent to which these intentions were realised is discussed for each case, and some indication of the future development planned is provided.

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Author(s)

Jim Lemon
Date Commenced
01 Aug 1990
Resource Type
Technical Reports