|Overall cognitive status||A “thumbnail” sketch of global cognitive abilities|
|Pre-morbid intellectual status estimation||Nonphonemic word pronunciation knowledge, or knowledge of general word meaning. A stable predictor of pre-morbid intellectual and educational status.|
|Attention||The ability to direct cognitive and perceptual resources to relevant stimuli and ignore irrelevant stimuli. Includes selective, sustained, and divided attention.|
|Memory||The ability to learn, store, and retrieve information.|
|Language||Language refers to both receptive and expressive communication through oral and written channels|
|Executive function||A broad category that refers to higher-order cognitive functioning, and to the ability to organize information, plan, conceptualize, reason, maintain working memory, inhibit, and change cognitive set.|
|Visuospatial function||The ability to process visual information and higher-order spatial skills.|
BVMT-R = Brief Visual Memory Test-Revised; CVLT-II = California Verbal Learning Test, 2nd Edition; HVLT-R = Hopkins Verbal Learning Test–Revised; MoCA = Montreal Cognitive Assessment; RBANS = Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status; SLUMS = Saint Louis University mental status examination; WAIS-IV = Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale–Fourth Edition; WRAT–4 = Wide Range Achievement Test Fourth Edition; WTAR = Wechsler Test of Adult Reading.