CogniFit Researchers. Get access to a number of measurement and analysis instruments to assess cognitive function. This neuroscientific platform is designed specifically for scientists.
Experimental scientific studies: Exploration, assessment, analysis, and rehabilitation instrument
Cognitive function research platform
Cognitive exploration, assessment, and analysis tools
Cognitive stimulation and rehabilitation tool
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.
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Last activity: 02/01/2016 | 4:09 min
Registration date: 01/01/2013
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Auditory Short-term Memory
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DaVinci High School
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DaVinci High School
Visual Short Term Memory
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