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Correction to: Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA) in a Spanish sample of community-dweller adults

  • Arturo X. Pereiro-Rozas
  • S. Ramos-Lema
  • C. Lojo-Seoane
  • J. Guàrdia-Olmos
  • D. Facal-Mayo
  • O. Juncos-Rabadán
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Correction to: European Geriatric Medicine 8 (2017) 240–244  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eurger.2017.04.003

The authors regret: A calculation error was detected in algorithm to obtain score norms showed in Table 3. A predicted value for education was wrongly introduced, slightly affecting the normative scores. The normative scores have been recalculated using the correct predicted value and the corrected scores are displayed below (new Table 3). The modifications do not affect other results, main conclusions or discussion points included in the original manuscript. The authors would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Table 3

MoCA normative values for age group and educational level

Age

50–54

55–59

60–64

65–69

70–74

75–79

80–

z scores

Percentile

High educational level (> 13 years)

 1.64

95

27.82

27.01

26.19

25.38

24.56

23.75

22.93

 1.28

90

27.46

26.65

25.83

25.02

24.20

23.39

22.57

 1.04

85

27.22

26.41

25.59

24.78

23.96

23.15

22.33

 0.84

80

27.02

26.21

25.39

24.58

23.76

22.95

22.13

 0.52

70

26.70

25.89

25.07

24.26

23.44

22.63

21.81

 0.25

60

26.43

25.62

24.80

23.99

23.17

22.36

21.54

 0

50

26.18

25.37

24.55

23.74

22.92

22.11

21.29

 − 0.25

40

25.93

25.12

24.30

23.49

22.67

21.86

21.04

 − 0.52

30

25.67

24.85

24.04

23.22

22.41

21.59

20.78

 − 0.84

20

25.35

24.53

23.72

22.90

22.09

21.27

20.46

 − 1.00

16

25.19

24.37

23.56

22.74

21.93

21.11

20.30

 − 1.28

10

24.91

24.09

23.28

22.46

21.65

20.83

20.02

 − 1.64

5

24.55

23.73

22.92

22.10

21.29

20.47

19.66

 − 1.88

3

24.31

23.49

22.68

21.86

21.05

20.23

19.42

Low educational level (≤ 13 years)

 1.64

95

27.64

26.83

26.01

25.20

24.38

23.57

22.75

 1.28

90

27.28

26.47

25.65

24.84

24.02

23.21

22.39

 1.04

85

27.04

26.23

25.41

24.60

23.78

22.97

22.15

 0.84

80

26.84

26.03

25.21

24.40

23.58

22.77

21.95

 0.52

70

26.52

25.71

24.89

24.08

23.26

22.45

21.63

 0.25

60

26.26

25.44

24.63

23.81

23.00

22.18

21.37

 0

50

26.01

25.19

24.38

23.56

22.75

21.93

21.12

 − 0.25

40

25.76

24.94

24.13

23.31

22.50

21.68

20.87

 − 0.52

30

25.49

24.67

23.86

23.04

22.23

21.41

20.60

 − 0.84

20

25.17

24.35

23.54

22.72

21.91

21.09

20.28

 − 1.00

16

25.01

24.19

23.38

22.56

21.75

20.93

20.12

 − 1.28

10

24.73

23.91

23.10

22.28

21.47

20.65

19.84

 − 1.64

5

24.37

23.55

22.74

21.92

21.11

20.29

19.48

 − 1.88

3

24.13

23.31

22.50

21.68

20.87

20.05

19.24

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arturo X. Pereiro-Rozas
    • 1
    • 3
  • S. Ramos-Lema
    • 1
  • C. Lojo-Seoane
    • 1
  • J. Guàrdia-Olmos
    • 2
  • D. Facal-Mayo
    • 1
  • O. Juncos-Rabadán
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Developmental and Educational PsychologyUniversity of Santiago de CompostelaSantiago de CompostelaSpain
  2. 2.Department of Methodology of Behavioural SciencesUniversity of BarcelonaBarcelonaSpain
  3. 3.Departamento de Psicoloxía Evolutiva e da Educación, Facultade de PsicoloxíaUniversidade de Santiago de CompostelaSantiago de CompostelaSpain

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