Computerized assessment

Monitoring neurocognitive functioning in childhood cancer survivors: evaluation of CogState computerized assessment and the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF)

Authors: Lyn M. Balsamo, Hannah-Rose Mitchell, Wilhelmenia Ross, Catherine Metayer, Kristina K. Hardy & Nina S. Kadan-Lottick

Journal: BMC Psychology

Year Published: 2019

Background: Many childhood cancer survivors develop neurocognitive impairment, negatively affecting education and psychosocial functioning. Recommended comprehensive neuropsychological testing can be time- and cost- intensive for both institutions and patients and their families. It is important to […]

Patient perspectives of the experience of a computerized cognitive assessment in a clinical setting

Authors: Julie M Robillard, Jen-Ai Lai, Julia M Wu, Tanya L Feng, Sherri Hayden

Journal: Alzheimer's & Dementia

Year Published: 2018

Introduction Computerized assessments are becoming widely accepted in the clinical setting and as a potential outcome measure in clinical trials. To gain patient perspectives of this experience, the aim of the present study was to investigate […]

Utility of a brief computerized battery to assess HIV-associated neurocognitive impairment in a resource-limited setting.

Authors: Nirupama Yechoor, Sheri L. Towe, Kevin R. Robertson, Daniel Westreich, Noeline Nakasujja, Christina S. Meade

Journal: Journal of Neurovirology

Year Published: 2016

Despite the persistently high prevalence of neurocognitive impairment in HIV-positive patients, routine HIV care in many resource-limited settings does not include neuropsychological assessment. The objective of this study was to examine the utility of a brief […]

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