This list presents the Boston Naming Test which was developed in 1983 in order to assess the degree of aphasia or language disturbance cased by various diseases in neurology. The original publication itself is difficult to asses, as are the 60 items, but in this publicaton, the authors list all 60 concepts. Unfortunately we lack the images, which are usually given along with naming tests, so it was not possible to determine for all of the concepts, which one was actually meant, and we left these unlinked. The numbers in the column NUMBERS_INCORRECT reflect the percentage of people who named the items incorrectly in the test underlying the article.
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