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Verbal paired associates: Effects of age and education in automated remote testing

New data presented at AD/PD 2019 demonstrated the feasibility and validity of conducting automated, verbal recall tasks on participants’ own devices. This research has implications for recruitment and monitoring in Alzheimer’s disease trials. 

The CANTAB Paired Associates Learning task as a pre-screening tool for clinical trials

Enriching participant eligibility for clinical trials through pre-screening for cognitive deficit.

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