UNIFIED TRI-SERVICE COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT BATTERY (UTCPAB)

a battery of evaluation tests developed in 1984 by a set of experimental research psychologists. It exhibits computerized, clinically pertinent psychomotor and neuropsychological presumptions for the swift evaluation of the integrity of the nervous system.

UNIFIED TRI-SERVICE COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT BATTERY (UTCPAB): "The UTCPAB was a major component to both trials."
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