The process of testing an instrument or patient questionnaire with target populations to see if it is understood as intended by the creators of the tool. [ NCI ]

Synonyms:

Cognitive Debriefing

cognitive debriefing

This is just here as a test because I lose it

Term information

Subsets

NCIT_C61410, NCIT_C67497

ALT DEFINITION
  • A qualitative research tool used to determine whether concepts and items are understood by patients in the same way that PRO instrument developers intend. NOTE: Cognitive debriefing interviews involve incorporating follow-up questions in a field test interview to gain better understanding of how patients interpret questions asked of them and to collect and consider all concepts elicited by an item. [from PRO Draft Guidance Glossary]
Contributing Source
  • CDISC-GLOSS
NCI META CUI
  • CL540460
Preferred Name
  • Cognitive Debriefing
Semantic Type
  • Research Activity
code
  • C142455

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