COGNITO: Computerized Assessment of Information Processing

Abstract : Most current neuropsychological batteries are pathology-specific and are unsuitable for research into multiple pathologies, longitudinal follow-up of pre-clinical changes or large general population cohort studies. Based on a comprehensive review of the literature, a neuropsychological examination, COGNITO was developed by psychiatrists and psychologists by reference to cognitive models of information processing. COGNITO covers attentional, linguistic, amnesic and visuospatial processes, with use of a tactile screen permitting recording not only of correct responses and error type, but also response latencies and qualitative aspects of performance such as perseveration, hemi-spatial field neglect and proactive intrusion. Designed for the detection of both normal and pathological cognitive changes from adolescence onwards, it was primarily developed for the study of brain ageing. A pilot study of retest reliability in adults showed acceptable levels for all sub-tests except the Stroop test. Immediate Recall and Name-Face Association both showed significant learning effects suggesting the need for alternative sub-test forms if very short retest intervals are required.
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Karen Ritchie, Guilhem de Roquefeuil, Craig Ritchie, Alain Besset, Vanessa Poulain, et al.. COGNITO: Computerized Assessment of Information Processing. Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy , OMICS, 2014, 4 (2), ⟨10.4172/2161-0487.1000136⟩. ⟨hal-02400146⟩

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