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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 domains: 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

Focused Attention

608

Auditory Short-term Memory

468

Spatial Perception

405

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Session length

15 min

Personalized Training

Memory

Concentration

Reasoning

55 and Over

Mental Arithmetic

Perception

Driving

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Participants: 135

Groups: 24

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Participants: 11

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Participants: 11

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Memory Test

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Participants: 5

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Participants: 5

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Reasoning
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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

Focused Attention

298

Concentration
Cognitive training
Cognitive Skills
Focused Attention
Spatial Perception
Visual Scanning
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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 7+ and adults.

Cognitive stimulation and/or rehabilitation tools:

Research instruments aimed at cognitive training and/or rehabilitation through the use of computerized exercises. These exercises allow the specialist to plan the patient's rehabilitation using experimental paradigms. Standardized tools for children 7+ and adults.

CogniFit Evaluation: Researchers Platform

CogniFit allows you to accurately measure the state of up to 23 cognitive abilities through 24 assessment activities. It should be noted that the information obtained during the assessment can then be used to personalize and guide future cognitive stimulation training.

CogniFit is a cognitive assessment and training tool prepared to conduct research and to stimulate participants' cognitive abilities.

  • Being online and available in 19 languages, it is very accessible.
  • CogniFit measures the execution automatically in each task and processes the data autonomously, thereby detecting the strengths and weaknesses of each participant.
  • The CogniFit tool is backed by a variety of scientific studies . This makes it a reliable tool for assessing the cognitive state of participants.

Thanks to CogniFit's research platform we can conveniently manage data carried out with this tool. To create a free account just follow the steps. This account allows researchers:

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  • Invite and adjust participants' activities , as well as the tests to be applied to measure and/or train their cognitive functions.
  • Collect data from participants, being able to see the state and cognitive evolution.
  • Conduct experimental studies on the effects of cognitive stimulation through computer programs.
  • Design research totrain general or specific cognitive areas .
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When we are logged in, we can purchase evaluation, training or both licenses. The CogniFit tool has 9 different evaluations and 15 different training programs.

CogniFit's two main products help measure and train all the cognitive skills that need work with broad scientific support :

  • Assessments: Through 24 different tasks we can assess more than 20 cognitive skills accurately. This allows us to create a complete profile of the participant's current cognitive status. The most extensive evaluation is the Cognitive Assessment Battery (CAB), but CogniFit also offers more specific assessment batteries: Insomnia, Depression, Parkinson, ADHD and more. At the beginning of each task, the participant will receive an interactive instruction of what to do.
  • Training Programs: With more than 30 training games , it is possible to stimulate all the cognitive skills that we train in CogniFit. The personalized brain training allows us to strengthen our cognitive capacities in an entertaining and comfortable way, although CogniFit also has more specific trainings, such as specific training for insomnia. The games include an interactive tutorial so that participants can easily. Each training session, which consists of three activities, lasts approximately 15-20 minutes. In addition, the tool automatically adapts the difficulty of the activities to the level of the participants. We will also have the option of indicating the number of hours we want each participant to rest between one training session and another.

When we have chosen the evaluations and training program that we are interested in, we can invite our participants, assign them to a group and to activities that they will have to do . Participants will receive an invitation in their email and will only have to create an account as a normal user and accept that the researchers can see their results.

From our researcher's account, we will be able to monitor our participants' activity, see their profiles or cognitive evolution and export the study data . We will also have access to different data:

  • The state of the five cognitive areas in which the other cognitive skills are included.
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  • The individual state of each of the cognitive abilities.
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  • A graph with the general evolution of the cognitive state of the participant, or of each one of the cognitive capacities in an independent way.
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