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Experimental scientific studies: Exploration, assessment, analysis, and rehabilitation instrument

  • Cognitive function research platform

  • Cognitive exploration, assessment, and analysis tools

  • Cognitive stimulation and rehabilitation tool

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CogniFit Researchers. Get access to a number of measurement and analysis instruments to assess cognitive function. This neuroscientific platform is designed specifically for scientists.

Whatever the specialization, this digital platform will save you time, making it quicker for the professional and more comfortable for the patient. The platform makes it simple to collect, manage, and analyze the received data.

  • Participant management & exploration follow-up and measurement of cognitive functions: This tool is designed specifically to allow the researcher to personalize and adapt this neuropsychological assessment instrument and closely follow the participant's cognitive skills and evolution.
  • Perform experimental studies about the effects of cognitive stimulation with computerized programs (brain training).
  • Carry-out research to train specific cognitive areas: The CogniFit programs assess and train a wide range of cognitive skills. You will be able to monitor different types of cognitive problems.

Patient #141

Cate Brown

catebrown@mail.com

59 years old

Last activity: 02/01/2016 | 4:09 min

Registration date: 01/01/2013

Total number of logins: 23

Inhibition

598

Focus Attention

608

Auditory Short-term Memory

468

Spatial Perception

405

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Custom Training

Session length

15 min

Personalized Training

Memory

Concentration

Mental planning

Chemotherapy

55 and Over

Mental arithmetic

Spatial perception

Insomnia

Darwin Science Institute

Participants: 135

Groups: 24

60 and Over

Control Group

Participants: 11

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60 and Over

Normal Group

Participants: 11

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Memory Test

Control Group

Participants: 5

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Memory Test

Normal Group

Participants: 5

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Type of group

Control Group

Normal Group

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Settings: Manual

Daniel Foster

Memory Test

Control Group

0
Personalized Training
1
Memory
0
Concentration
1
Mental planning
0
Driving Focus
0
55 and Over
0
Spatial perception
0
Stroke
1
Insomnia
1
Mental arithmetic
2
Delay between traning sessions (hours)
General Cognitive Assessment

Number of training regime iterations

5

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Student #231

Paul Perkins

DaVinci High School

12 years old | Right handed

ADHD

DaVinci High School

Students: 357

Calculation

Logic

Writing

Reading

Working Memory

565

Naming

411

Visual Perception

355

Visual Short Term Memory

392

Processing Speed

450

Focus Attention

298

ADHD Intervention
Cognitive training
Cognitive Skills
Focus Attention
Spatial Perception
Visual Scanning
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Strengths
Natural Sciences
Language and Literature
Art

Cognitive research tools:

Measurement and analysis instruments for cognitive function:

Research tools designed to help explore neuropsychological and cognitive characteristics in people with and without pathologies.

Computerized tools for scientists and researchers with simple scales, assessments, and valid standardized tests for children 6+ and adults.

Cognitive stimulation and/or rehabilitation tools:

Research instruments aimed at cognitive training and/or rehabilitation through the use of computerized clinical exercises. These exercises allow the specialist to plan the patient's rehabilitation using validated experimental paradigms. Standardized tools for children 6+ and adults.

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