Harmonized Cognitive Assessment Protocol (HCAP) 2016
The Harmonized Cognitive Assessment Protocol is a substudy within the ongoing Health and Retirement Study. It is part of an ongoing international research collaboration funded by the National Institute on Aging to measure and understand dementia risk within ongoing longitudinal studies of aging around the world that have aimed to harmonize methods and content to facilitate cross-national comparisons.
This data collects a variety of established cognitive and neuropsychological assessments and informant reports to discriminate Normal, Cognitive Impairment, and Dementia status in a sub-sample of the HRS. The protocol was designed to harmonize well with prior studies, including the Rush University Memory and Aging Project, the 10/66 studies that rely primarily on the Community Screening Interview for Dementia, and the previous HRS dementia study known as ADAMS.
|Latest Release||TBD (TBD)|
|Entry Cohort Info||Random selection of 5,500 (26%) of the 2016 HRS Panel, age 65+|
|Data Alerts||None reported for this product|