Six item cognitive impairment test (6-item CIT)
De 6-item CIT is een korte vragenlijst bestaande 6 items, welke niet beïnvloed wordt door opleidingsniveau van de proefpersoon. Afname duurt slechts 2-3 minuten. Deze Nederlandse versie van de vragenlijst is gevalideerd ten opzichte van de Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE). Een optimale cutt-off score or cognitieve problemen is een totale score van ≥11 (in oversteenstemming met MMSE ≥23).
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De 6-item CIT is een korte vragenlijst bestaande 6 items, welke niet beïnvloed wordt door opleidingsniveau van de proefpersoon. Afname duurt slechts 2-3 minuten. Onderstaande Nederlandse versie is gebaseerd op een Nederlandse versie van de vragenlijst die gevalideerd is ten opzichte van de Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE)1-3 . De gehanteerde optimale cutt-off van de 6-CIT varieert in de literatuur van >7 tot >10 (vergelijkbaar met MMSE score 24).1-3 Daarom is hier gekozen voor het vermelden van de geassocieerde sensitiviteit en specificeit met de verschillende afkappunten, zoals gevonden bij externe validatie studies.


  1. Brooke P, Bullock R. Validation of a 6 item cognitive impairment test with a view to primary care usage. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. 1999;14(11):936-940.
  2. Tuijl JP, Scholte EM, de Craen AJ, van der Mast RC. Screening for cognitive impairement in older general hospital patients: comparison of the Six-Item Cognitive Impairment Test with the Mimi-Mental State Examination. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 2011.

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