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Depression Cognitive Assessment

Tested skills

Focused Attention

The ability to focus attention on a single stimulus

Hand-eye Coordination

The level of sensitivity with which the hand and eye are synchronized.

Inhibition

The ability to ignore irrelevant stimuli or suppress irrelevant reactions while performing a task.

Planning

The ability to "think ahead", to mentally anticipate the correct way to execute a task.

Processing Speed

Involves the ability to fluently perform easy or over-learned tasks.

Response Time

The ability to perceive and process a simple stimulus and respond to it.

Shifting

Ability to adapt behavior and thoughts to new, changing, or unexpected circumstances

Short-Term Memory

The ability to hold a small amount of information in a readily, available state for a short period of time.

Spatial Perception

The ability to evaluate how things are arranged in space, and investigate their relations in the environment.

Updating

The ability to respond in a flexible and adaptive manner in order to keep up with the changes in the environment.

Visual Perception

The ability to interpret information from the effects of visible light reaching the eye.

Working Memory

Refers to the temporary storage and manipulation of the information necessary for complex cognitive tasks.

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Depression Cognitive Assessment

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About this assessment

The cognitive assessment for depression evaluates a set of cognitive skills that, according to studies, are most affected by this disorder. Some of these skills are short-term memory, attention, and perception.

This tool measures a total of 12 cognitive skills through 10 scientifically validated tasks.

The results report includes:

01Signs and Symptoms

The questions that you fill out at the beginning of the assessment will help us assess your cognitive risks.

Example of data found in the report

3/21

Low risk

02Cognitive score

The complete study of the evaluated areas and their respective cognitive abilities affected

Example of data found in the report

6/7

High risk

This assessment will use the average score for people of the same age to help identify your cognitive strengths and areas of improvement. The value is scored on a scale from 0-800.

Visual Scanning

438

Visual Short Term Memory

427

03Recommendations

Description of the risk index and specific recommendations with a personalized action plan

Example of data found in the report

High risk

The results from this assessment are compatible with a possible disorder. We suggest that you see a professional to make a more complete diagnosis.

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