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28 September 2021

Part 4: Your customer journey – Promoting your research

In the final instalment of our four-part series on the journey our academic customers go through while working with Cambridge Cognition – we focus on our Marketing team and the work they put in to support and promote your research. 

27 September 2021

Targeting adolescent neurocognitive processes in depression to promote intervention response

Florin Tibu from the Department of Health and Human Development at the Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava recently gave us an insight into how CANTAB has impacted his research into targeting adolescent neurocognitive processes in depression to promote intervention response.

20 September 2021

The international ENIGMA II substudy on postoperative cognitive disorders

We caught up with Dr. Guy Haller from Geneva University Hospital, to discuss the role CANTAB played in the international ENIGMA II substudy on postoperative cognitive disorders (ISEP)

17 September 2021

Using CANTAB to understand the role of cognitive control and rumination in predicting depression among adolescents with internalising disorders

We recently caught up with Sanja Jandric, from the University of Osijek to discuss her research into the role of cognitive control and rumination in predicting depression among adolescents with internalising disorders.

25 August 2021

Investigating the role of cognitive reserve in cognitive aging

We recently caught up with Insa Feinkohl from the BioCog Consortium, to discuss the research they’ve been conducting, focusing on investigating the role of cognitive reserve in cognitive ageing.

16 August 2021

Using CANTAB to compare the effects of augmented reality N-back training and traditional two-dimensional N-back training on working memory

We recently caught up with Dr Bo Zhang from East China Normal University to discuss her research: A Comparison of the Effects of Augmented Reality N-Back Training and Traditional Two-Dimensional N-Back Training on Working Memory