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 […]

Pilot Evaluation of the Unsupervised, At-Home Cogstate Brief Battery in ADNI-2

Authors: Chris J Edgar, Eric Siemers, Paul Maruff, Ronald C Petersen, Paul S Aisen, Michael W Weiner, Bruce Albala, Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

Journal: Journal of Alzheimer's Disease

Year Published: 2021

Background There is a need for feasible, scalable assessments to detect cognitive impairment and decline. The Cogstate Brief Battery (CBB) is validated for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and in unsupervised and bring your own device contexts. The […]

Middle-aged and older Black adults’ experiences completing a traditional paper-and-pencil cognitive battery and two contemporary computerized cognitive batteries

Authors: Debra Dobbs, Nasreen A Sadeq, Lindsay Peterson, Angela Sardina, Shyuan Ching Tan, Travonia Brown-Hughes, Ross Andel, Alyssa Gamaldo

Journal: Neuropsychology development and cognition. Section B Aging neuropsychology and cognition

Year Published: 2021

Traditional neuropsychological batteries may account for disparities in education and may produce testing anxiety, particularly for older Black adults. Computerized batteries may be more amenable to use. The current study used mixed-methods content analysis to explore […]

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