Although cognitive dysfunction is a leading cause of disability and poor quality of life in patients with MS, it is infrequently tested in routine clinical evaluation. Development of a cognitive testing paradigm that captured MS-related cognitive dysfunction and could be obtained in a routine clinical setting may increase surveillance and recognition of cognitive dysfunction.
Optometrists can recommend lifestyle changes to delay vision impairment and at the same time help maintain both cognitive function and physical health as people age.Dr. Scott Sedlacek, OD.
Validity, Reliability, and Psychometric Properties of a Computerized, Cognitive Assessment Test (Cognivue)
Comparison of the Cognivue Quantitative Assessment Tool and SLUMS to Classify the Risk of Cognitive Impairment
Validation, Reliability, and Psychometric Properties of Cognivue, A Quantitative Assessment of Cognitive Impairment
Novel Computer-Based Testing Shows Multi-Domain Cognitive Dysfunction in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis
We are excited to announce that Cognivue’s peer-reviewed article, “Validity, reliability and psychometric properties of a computerized cognitive assessment” was published in the World Journal of Psychiatry (WJP). Cognivue is an important…
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