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 […]

Variable objective sleep quality is related to worse spatial learning and memory in young adults

Authors: Jordan Stiver, Benjamin Fusco-Gessick, Eileen Moran, Cara Crook, Molly E Zimmerman

Journal: Sleep Medicine

Year Published: 2021

Objective The majority of research on sleep and cognition has focused on mean markers of sleep across multiple nights; however, variable sleep patterns have become increasingly common in the modern era. The purpose of this study […]

Correlation between computerised and standard cognitive testing in people with HIV and HIV-negative individuals

Authors: Davide De Francesco, Jonathan Underwood, Jane Anderson, Marta Boffito, Frank A Post, Memory Sachikonye, Patrick W G Mallon, Lewis Haddow, Jaime H Vera, Ken M Kunisaki, Caroline A Sabin, Alan Winston for the POPPY Study Group

Journal: AIDS Care

Year Published: 2020

We investigated the correlations and agreement between cognitive assessments made using a computerised (CogState™, six domains) and a standard pen-and-paper battery (five domains) in PWH and lifestyle-similar HIV-negative individuals. Demographically adjusted domain and global T-scores were […]

An examination of reliable change methods for measuring cognitive change with the Cogstate Computerized Battery: Research and clinical implications

Authors: Thomas M Gates, Jody Kamminga, Avindra Jayewardene, Trina Vincent, Dick Quan, Bruce J Brew, Mark Bloch, Lucette A Cysique

Journal: Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology

Year Published: 2020

Objective: To compare the performance of four reliable change (RC) methods with respect to measuring cognitive change on the Cogstate Computerized Battery (CCB). Method: We assessed cognitive change in 57 healthy, urban, well-educated males on the […]

Preliminary exploration of a computerized cognitive battery and comparison with traditional testing in patients with high-grade glioma

Authors: Jane H Cerhan, Chip Caine, S Keith Anderson, Derek R Johnson, Daniel H Lachance, Elizabeth Yan, Paul D Brown

Journal: Neuro-Oncology Practice

Year Published: 2019

Background: Cognitive function is an important outcome measure in many brain tumor clinical trials, and investigators are interested in employing the most efficient methods of cognitive assessment for this purpose. Computerized testing can be appealing because […]

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