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What Day is Today? Time Orientation in Healthy People. [Turk J Neurol]
Turk J Neurol. 2008; 14(5): 333-337

What Day is Today? Time Orientation in Healthy People.

Çiğdem Kudiaki1, Aslı Aslan2
1Department Of Neurology, Ankara University, Faculty Of Medicine İbni Sina Hospital, Ankara, Turkey
2Department Of Psychology, Mersin University, Faculty Science And Letters, Mersin, Turkey

OBJECTIVE: Time orientation is one of the cognitive functions that were first to be clinically assessed. Because time orientation is affected by severe psychiatric disturbance, brain pathologies, medication or toxicity, correct assessment is important in the clinical sense. However, it has been stated that, even healty people's time orientation may be affected by demographic variables, such as the level of education.
OBJECTIVES: This study has aimed at determining the effects of demoghraphic variables (such as age, education and gender) on time orientation.
METHODS: 526 healthy people between the ages of 24100 (x=50.74, std=17.46) participated in the study. Participants were assessed by SMMSE time orientation subtest.
RESULTS: According to Chi-Square analysis, there are no differences between the gender groups (F: 217/M: 309) and the age groups (24-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-100), but the level of education (literate-5 years; 6-11 years; 12 years and above) has been found to be a significant variable. The lower the education level, the more time orientation is affected.
CONCLUSION: The results that were obtained from that study may be helpful especially for the clinicians who work with low education groups.

Keywords: time orientation, neuropsychological assessment, cognition


Çiğdem Kudiaki, Aslı Aslan. What Day is Today? Time Orientation in Healthy People.. Turk J Neurol. 2008; 14(5): 333-337

Corresponding Author: Çiğdem Kudiaki, Türkiye


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