Computerized neuropsychological assessment devices in multiple sclerosis: A systematic review

Authors: Curtis M Wojcik, Meghan Beier, Kathleen Costello, John DeLuca, Anthony Feinstein, Yael Goverover, Mark Gudesblatt, Michael Jaworski III, Rosalind Kalb, Lori Kostich, Nicholas G LaRocca, Jonathan D Rodgers, Ralph HB Benedict, National MS Society Cognition Work Team

Journal: Multiple Sclerosis: Clinical and Laboratory Research

Year Published: 2019

Background: The proliferation of computerized neuropsychological assessment devices (CNADs) for screening and monitoring cognitive impairment is increasing exponentially. Previous reviews of computerized tests for multiple sclerosis (MS) were primarily qualitative and did not rigorously compare CNADs […]

Comparison of PC and iPad administrations of the Cogstate Brief Battery in the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging: Assessing cross-modality equivalence of computerized neuropsychological tests

Authors: Nikki H. Stricker, Emily S. Lundt, Kelly K. Edwards, Mary M. Machulda, Walter K. Kremers, Rosebud O. Roberts, David S. Knopman, Ronald C. Petersen & Michelle M. Mielke

Journal: The Clinical Neuropsychologist

Year Published: 2019

Objective: Computerized neuropsychological assessments are increasingly used in clinical practice, population studies of cognitive aging and clinical trial enrichment. Subtle, but significant, performance differences have been demonstrated across different modes of test administration and require further […]

Validation of the CogState battery for rapid neurocognitive assessment in Ugandan school age children

Authors: Paul Bangirana, Alla Sikorskii, Bruno Giordani, Noeline Nakasujja, Michael J Boivin

Journal: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health

Year Published: 2015

Background: CogState is a widely used computer-based cognitive test whose validity has not been addressed in resource poor settings. We examined the construct, concurrent and convergent validity of CogState, test-retest reliability and the effect of sociodemographic […]

Test-retest reliability of four computerized neurocognitive assessment tools in an active duty military population

Authors: Wesley R Cole, Jacques P Arrieux, Karen Schwab, Brian J Ivins, Felicia M Qashu, Steven C Lewis

Journal: Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology

Year Published: 2013

Computerized neurocognitive assessment tools (NCATs) are increasingly used for baseline and post-concussion assessments. To date, NCATs have not demonstrated strong test-retest reliabilities. Most studies have used non-military populations and different methodologies, complicating the determination of the […]

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