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UBC Physician Survey on the Utility of Computerized Cognitive Test Batteries in the Evaluation of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia

15 Jul 2013 11:45 AM | Deleted user

A team of researchers from cognitive science, computer science, neuropsychology, geriatric medicine, and behavioral neurology at the University of British Columbia (UBC) have created a computerized tool that has the ability to test in multiple cognitive domains important in the evaluation of early Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. This tool (C-TOC – Computerized Testing on Computer) has been developed along state-of-the-science principles of human computer interaction.

C-TOC is not yet ready for implementation.

However, the researchers would like your input to finalize C-TOC’s design and delivery. Please participate in a brief interview (10-15 minutes). The purpose of the interview is to learn about your viewpoints on the utility, applications, feasibility, and limitations of computerized cognitive test batteries. C-TOC will not be presented in its entirety. Just a few sample screens will be shown to convey what the battery looks like. The interview can occur in person or over Skype.

To participate in the survey or find out more please contact Claudia Jacova ( ) or James Riggs (

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