Access hundreds of peer-reviewed papers published by neuroscientists using Cogstate technology.

Minor Improvement in Activity and Participation and Decline in Physical Activity Motivation After Cardiac Rehabilitation Discharge

Authors: Young Joo Kim, Patricia A Crane, Joseph A Houmard, Damon L Swift, Qiang Wu

Journal: Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention

Year Published: 2021

Purpose: To investigate the changes in activities and participation, and mental and physical functions for 9 mo after cardiac rehabilitation (CR) among adults with chronic cardiac conditions. Methods: Twenty-five adults with chronic cardiac conditions scheduled for […]

Outcomes from the use of computerized neurocognitive testing in a recurrent glioblastoma clinical trial

Authors: K M Field, E H Barnes, H W Sim, A K Nowak, J Simes, M A Rosenthal, H Wheeler, E J Hovey, L M Cher

Journal: Journal of Clinical Neuroscience

Year Published: 2021

Assessment of neurocognitive function (NCF) is important in brain tumor clinical trials, however there are varying methodologies available. We used the Cogstate computerized NCF testing battery and the mini-mental state examination (MMSE) to prospectively assess cognition […]

A Paradox in Digital Memory Assessment: Increased Sensitivity With Reduced Difficulty

Authors: Joshua P White, Adrian Schembri, Chris J Edgar, Yen Ying Lim, Colin L Masters, Paul Maruff

Journal: Frontiers in Digital Health

Year Published: 2021

The One Card Learning Test (OCL80) from the Cogstate Brief Battery-a digital cognitive test used both in-person and remotely in clinical trials and in healthcare contexts to inform health decisions-has shown high sensitivity to changes in […]

The Relationship Between Central Auditory Tests and Neurocognitive Domains in Adults Living With HIV

Authors: Christopher E Niemczak, Jonathan D Lichtenstein, Albert Magohe, Jennifer T Amato, Abigail M Fellows, Jiang Gui, Michael Huang, Catherine C Rieke, Enica R Massawe, Michael J Boivin, Ndeserua Moshi, Jay C Buckey

Journal: Frontiers in Neuroscience

Year Published: 2021

Objective: Tests requiring central auditory processing, such as speech perception-in-noise, are simple, time efficient, and correlate with cognitive processing. These tests may be useful for tracking brain function. Doing this effectively requires information on which tests […]

Using health check data to investigate cognitive function in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living with diabetes in the Torres Strait, Australia

Authors: Fintan Thompson, Linton R Harriss, Sarah Russell, Sean Taylor, Lucette A Cysique, Edward Strivens, Paul Maruff, Robyn McDermott

Journals: Diabetes & Metabolism, Endocrinology

Year Published: 2021

Background: Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM) has a subtle deleterious effect on cognition and imposes a higher lifetime risk of cognitive impairment and dementia. In populations where both T2DM and dementia are highly prevalent, understanding more about […]

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