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



Cogstate tasks, including the Cogstate Brief Battery™, have been included in published studies across various indications.

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Latest Publications

Reverse and Forward Translational Neuropharmacology in Psychiatric Drug Discovery

Author: Christopher L. Shaffer

Journal: Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Volume & Issue: 103 & 2

Page No.: 193–195

DOI: 10.1002/cpt.901

Year Published: 2018

The probability of achieving marketing approval of a novel therapeutic for psychiatric indications is extremely low due largely to the inability to demonstrate durable and reproducible efficacy in phase II trials and beyond. These failures are often attributed to the lack of translation of the underlying neuropharmacology from animal model(s) to the disease population. However, […]

Effect of chlorogenic acid intake on cognitive function in the elderly: A pilot study

Authors: Hirotaka Sato, Kazuya Kozuma, Morimasa Kato, Ryuji Ochiai, Yoshihisa Katsuragi

Objective: To evaluate the effect of chlorogenic acids (CGAs) intake on cognitive function. Methods: In this pilot study, the Cogstate and CNS Vital Signs test batteries were used to evaluate cognitive function in 8 healthy elderly men and women complaining of subjective memory loss after a 6-month intake of a test beverage containing 330 mg […]

The Role of Personality in a Regular Cognitive Monitoring Program.

Authors: Andel R, Harrison Bush AL, Sadeq NA, Valdes EG

Journal: Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders

DOI: 10.1097/WAD.0000000000000236

Year Published: 2018

OBJECTIVES: This study examines the role of personality in cognitive performance, adherence, and satisfaction with regular cognitive self-monitoring. MATERIALS AND METHODS: One hundred fifty-seven cognitively healthy older adults, age 55+, completed the 44-item Big-Five Inventory and were subsequently engaged in online monthly cognitive monitoring using the Cogstate Brief Battery for up to 35 months (M=14 mo, […]