Reliability, Validity, and User-Experience of Remote Unsupervised Computerized Neuropsychological Assessments in Community-Living 55- to 75-Year-Olds

Authors: Nicole A Kochan, Megan Heffernan, Michael Valenzuela, Perminder S Sachdev, Ben C P Lam, Maria Fiatarone Singh, Kaarin J Anstey, Tiffany Chau, Henry Brodaty

Journal: Journal of Alzheimer's Disease

Year Published: 2022

Background: Self-administered computerized neuropsychological assessments (CNAs) provide lower cost, more accessible alternatives to traditional in-person assessments but lack critical information on psychometrics and subjective experience of older adults in remote testing environments. Objective: We used an […]

Using Rates of Low Scores to Assess Agreement between Brief Computerized Neuropsychological Assessment Batteries: A Clinically-based Approach for Psychometric Comparisons

Authors: Brian J Ivins, Jacques P Arrieux, Karen A Schwab, F J Haran, Wesley R Cole

Journal: Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology

Year Published: 2019

Objective: To assess agreement between four brief computerized neurocognitive assessment tools (CNTs), ANAM, CogState, CNS Vital Signs, and ImPACT, by comparing rates of low scores. Methods: Four hundred and six US Army service members (SMs) with […]

An examination of the construct validity and factor structure of the Groton Maze Learning Test, a new measure of spatial working memory, learning efficiency, and error monitoring

Authors: Robert H Pietrzak, Paul Maruff, Linda C Mayes, Sanziana A Roman, Julie A Sosa, Peter J Snyder

Journal: Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology

Year Published: 2008

This study examined the construct validity of the Groton Maze Learning Test (GMLT) in assessing processing speed, working memory, and aspects of executive function in healthy adults. Performance on GMLT outcome measures was compared to performance […]

Status of computerized cognitive testing in aging: a systematic review

Authors: Katherine Wild, Diane Howieson, Frank Webbe, Adriana Seelye, Jeffrey Kaye

Journal: Alzheimer's & Dementia

Year Published: 2008

Background: Early detection of cognitive decline in the elderly has become of heightened importance in parallel with the recent advances in therapeutics. Computerized assessment might be uniquely suited to early detection of changes in cognition in […]

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