Has your doc ever asked you to draw an analog clock?

The clock-drawing test (CDT) is an important neurocognitive assessment tool, widely used as a screening test for dementia. Behavioral performance on the test has been studied extensively, but there is scant literature on the underlying neural correlates.

Apparently they can trace the clock drawing test to specific parts of the brain.

I did one in a mental facility a couple of years ago. I tried and I was way off. I think I can do it now though. I was really out of it.

I had to do it one time. I was a little off. I was diagnosed with “mild cognitive impairment” at that time. I wouldn’t be diagnosed with it now I don’t think.

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Interesting…

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I’m not much of an artist . . .

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Yes, had it done on a test for dementia.
I passed.

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