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A must read for everyone who hate maths! Fourth, given the lack of any strong correlation uncovered in past research linking clinical or pathological criteria for AD with a decline in grammatical complexity Snowdon et al.

While the relative effectiveness of different ID scoring methods remains an empirical question, it is troubling that propositional content as based on part-of-speech tags may inadvertently ignore linguistic patterns which are hallmarks of AD-based decline and which are also not semantically meaningful and novel.

For these reasons, our rubric builds upon LAL to offer more explicit scoring guidelines which can be applied to both oral and written language. AID The AID manual was developed to set forth a series of principles and examples that can be used to guide the analysis of late life oral narratives, and is available as an online supplement to this article.

This work is built upon the manuals that preceded it and to the extent that is successful, we are highly indebted to the authors of those manuals. The AID analytic framework is less dependent upon any formal training in logic or linguistics, and was developed out of a collaborative effort among researchers across several disciplines including neuropsychology and linguistics.

This was done to help ensure that the decisions we made were correct relative to current conventions of linguistic structure and discourse analysis while maintaining a dependence on intuitions that were clear to a native or fluent English speaker.

In areas where consistent consensus has been difficult, we have occasionally made arbitrary rules that allow us to facilitate good inter-rater agreement—these are highlighted as such within the manual.

While recognizing that some of these decisions are based on syntactic principles and relations, we have tried to maintain a focus on semantic complexity over grammatical relations.

AID thus attempts to remain true to the concept of ID and builds on the LAL guidelines to provide more extensive coding, transcription and word count guidelines, which can facilitate reliable and systematic scoring.

At issue here is not only the notion that grammatical complexity is relatively independent of ID and is maintained much further along AD progression Snowdon et al. In order to approach semantic content—and hence ID—without favoring required accompanying grammatical structure, we have drawn on descriptive and corpus linguistic findings of structural requirements across lexical sets in order to develop coding guidelines which are internally consistent, analytically transparent and focused on semantic content over syntactic structure.

Further, given the lack of an association between late life oral ID and education Mitzner and Kemper, ; Reed et al. Below, we sketch out our process and principles for oral language data collection, transcription and ID scoring for use with older adults at risk of or already developing dementia and illustrate their application in a sample narrative Example 1.

Appendix A provides a full ID analysis of Example 1. Example 1. Well this was really middle class, um, people, school teachers, firemen, policemen, that range of uh income. Uh no one acted up there. And it was it was great. They have the. This was I think the largest housing project in the United States families. It was like a little city. Very very [second very is stressed] well maintained.

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And then they they sponsored um um, baseball teams and basketball teams. So I played on teams. Data Elicitation While linguistic analyses of syntactic category, word frequency and phrasal level syntactic structure ratios vary based on medium oral vs. The progressive decline in memory common to AD, where distant memories are better preserved than more recent memories, suggests that ID scores may vary based on what type of memories are elicited.

Transcription There are multiple ways to represent oral language through text Edwards, , and transcription is thus the first phase of analysis Pavlenko, The degree of detail encoded within a transcript must be negotiated with analytic goals and how analytic choices may transform language Fox, ; Liu, Detailed transcripts can encode, e.

In turn, this level of detail, within the context of measuring semantic content, can affect the global readability of a transcript, can over-emphasize dysfluencies, and may even encourage bias against marked and non-standard language practices. Under-detailed transcripts which fail to encode, e. For example, failing to include salient intonation may mask elements which are intended as ironic and may occlude differences between words or phrases which are repeated and stressed for emphasis versus elements which are repeated, but do not convey emphasis.

Heeding these potential issues, the AID transcription guidelines have two specific goals: transcripts should maintain a reasonable degree of faithfulness with their original audio, and they should present all information pertinent to narrative content for ID analysis. Transcript integrity is addressed by including several elements from the oral presentation, including lexical e. Notes by the transcriber, in addition to metadiscourse, are included in the transcript, but are partitioned and not analyzed for ideas or words.

Narratives are transcribed following standard English lexical orthography, and additional transcription guidelines to handle variation have been developed specifically to promote analytic consistency. For example, numbers can be verbalized in several ways e.

Autobiographical narratives are by nature comprised of several interconnected ideas in which a range of linguistic and paralinguistic cues can be used both to convey content and to maintain the speaking position.

The goal of AID is to document propositional content and quantify ID, not to evaluate adherence to written standards or value specific discourse strategies over others.

Thus, when separating a narrative into smaller units, we employ the term utterance, not sentence. The latter is a set construct for chunking written text, while utterance is refers to a unit of oral speech, which may or may not correspond to a written sentence e. Utterances are operationally defined through narrative segmentation, which relies on several factors, including topic, pauses, intonation, content and the larger context to determine utterance boundaries.Vedic Mathematics is very famous in India as it provides a lot of shortcut formulas which can solve questions in less than a minute.

We follow previous models in not counting tense e.

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Further, total word count is an essential component to deriving ID scores as the proportion of ideas to words. Autobiographical narratives are by nature comprised of several interconnected ideas in which a range of linguistic and paralinguistic cues can be used both to convey content and to maintain the speaking position.

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