Using Bayesian methods to model normative CANTAB cognitive performance across adulthood
At CTAD 2018 we shared our new data on why a Bayesian approach is best to describe normative cognitive performance, especially when making scientifically robust comparisons to neurologically impaired groups.
Using CANTAB to investigate age-related cognitive changes associated with dementia in Down syndrome
PhD researcher, Rosalyn Hithersay, spoke to us about her recent publication on which cognitive tests are most sensitive to the early stages of dementia in Down syndrome.
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