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Scientific Validation

Scientific Validation

Digital Therapeutics

Peer reviewed publications

Rigorous scientific research is being conducted by external entities to validate the use of CogniFit for specific disorders, so that digital therapies can be offered in the future.

Below you can see the studies on specific disorders that have already been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

This page is for information only. CogniFit’s interest in being part of clinical research is to validate its future digital therapeutic products to help improve general cognitive skills affected by cognitive conditions. CogniFit does not sell yet any products that treat conditions approved by the FDA. CogniFit's products to treat conditions are currently in a validation process. If you are interested please visit CogniFit Research Platform. CogniFit has not funded any of the studies. Evelyn Shatil is CogniFit’s Chief Scientific Officer and has co-authored some of the studies in a support capacity. There are no known risks or safety concerns from using CogniFit’s product. However, as our products are delivered as a computerized intervention it may cause in certain cases: bad posture syndrome, eyestrain or blurred vision, headaches and/or other computer related problems.

Cognitive Training Improves Sleep Quality and Cognitive Function among Older Adults with Insomnia

This study shows that lasting and personalized cognitive training is particularly indicated to generate combined cognitive and sleep enhancements in older adults with insomnia.

Haimov I, Shatil E (2013) Cognitive Training Improves Sleep Quality and Cognitive Function among Older Adults with Insomnia. PLoS ONE 8(4): e61390. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0061390

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Home-based personalized cognitive training in MS patients: a study of adherence and cognitive performance

The findings are evidence that cognitive training can significantly improve a wide range of skills in MS patients.

Shatil E, Metzer A, Horvitz O, Miller A. - Home-based personalized cognitive training in MS patients: A study of adherence and cognitive performance - NeuroRehabilitation 2010; 26:143-53.

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Chronic Insomnia and Cognitive Functioning Among Older Adults

By using the CogniFit assessment of cognitive skills, this study implies that insomnia may have detrimental effects on some cognitive functions in healthy older adults.

Haimov I, Hanuka E, Horowitz Y. - Chronic insomnia and cognitive functioning among older adults - Behavioural sleep medicine 2008; 6:32-54.

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Effect of Cognitive Remediation on Gait in Sedentary Seniors

Sedentary seniors with slow gait and falls improved mobility after cognitive training remediation using CogniFit personalized brain training program.

Verghese J, Mahoney J, Ambrose AF, Wang C, Holtzer R. - Effect of cognitive remediation on gait in sedentary seniors - J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2010 Dec;65(12):1338-43.

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Can the error detection mechanism benefit from training the working memory? A comparison between dyslexics and controls—an ERP study

When dyslexic college students trained with CogniFit personalized brain training program, their brain activity, memory and reading performance were shown to increase significantly, and results lasted up to six months after training on dyslexia.

Horowitz-Kraus T, Breznitz Z. - Can the error detection mechanism benefit from training the working memory? A comparison between dyslexics and controls- an ERP study - PLoS ONE 2009; 4:7141.

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Personalized Cognitive Training in Unipolar and Bipolar Disorder: A Study of Cognitive Functioning

CogniFit personalized brain training program significantly reduced depression levels and improved Shifting, Divided Attention, and executive control score in patients with unipolar and bipolar disorder.

Preiss M, Shatil E, Cermakova R, Cimermannova D, Flesher I (2013) Personalized cognitive training in unipolar and bipolar disorder: a study of cognitive functioning. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00108.

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Computer-Based Cognitive Training for Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Pilot Study

This study shows highly encouraging results for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). First, participants using the CogniFit personalized brain training program presented a clear trend for cognitive improvement. Second, 100% of these participants completed the program.

James Siberski, Evelyn Shatil, Carol Siberski, Margie Eckroth-Bucher, Aubrey French, Sara Horton, Rachel F. Loefflad, and Phillip Rouse - Computer-Based Cognitive Training for Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Pilot Study - The American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias 2014; doi: 10.1177/1533317514539376

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Differential Effect of Cognitive Training on Executive Functions and Reading Abilities in Children With ADHD and in Children With ADHD Comorbid With Reading Difficulties

CogniFit's personalized training program was able to improve reading speed and accuracy in adolescents with ADHD and reading problems, as well as strengthening processing speed, spatial perception, and memory.

Horowitz-Kraus, T. (2013). Differential Effect of Cognitive Training on Executive Functions and Reading Abilities in Children With ADHD and in Children With ADHD Comorbid With Reading Difficulties. Journal of Attention Disorders, 19(6), 515–526. https://doi.org/10.1177/1087054713502079

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Computerized Cognitive Training for Older Adults at Higher Dementia Risk due to Diabetes: Findings From a Randomized Controlled Trial

CogniFit personalized training has been able to improve the general cognitive status, both memory and non-memory related, in older people at high risk of dementia due to diabetes.

Bahar-Fuchs, A., Barendse, M. E. A., Bloom, R., Ravona-Springer, R., Heymann, A., Dabush, H., Bar, L., Slater-Barkan, S., Rassovsky, Y., & Schnaider Beeri, M. (2019). Computerized Cognitive Training for Older Adults at Higher Dementia Risk due to Diabetes: Findings From a Randomized Controlled Trial. The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, 75(4), 747–754. https://doi.org/10.1093/gerona/glz073

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