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6 September 2022

Assessing Cognition in Paediatric Clinical Trials: Benefits, Challenges, and Solutions

Understanding cognition is a growing trend in research, but what benefits can cognitive assessments have for researchers conducting paediatric research, and what are the best practices involved?

30 August 2022

The BUMP Study: Using digital tools to gain a deeper understanding of pregnancy symptoms

Earlier this year, members of the Cambridge Cognition team were co-authors on a paper describing a protocol for the Better Understanding the Metamorphosis of Pregnancy (BUMP) study. This study, led by 4YouandMe, is aiming to use digital tools, some of which are provided by Cambridge Cognition, to gain a deeper understanding of the symptoms of pregnancy. Here, we explain the study's aims and why it is important. You can find the full paper here.

10 August 2022

Using CANTAB to examine the association of lithium and second-generation antipsychotics with neurocognition in young people with bipolar disorder

We caught up with Xinyue (Joyce) Jiang from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto to hear more about how her team used CANTABTM tasks to understand the effect of antipsychotic medication on cognition in young people affected by bipolar disorder.

9 August 2022

Generating and validating Verbal Paired Associates word-pair lists for automated testing

These posters were presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference on Tuesday 2nd August and Wednesday 3rd August 2022. See below for a summary and to read the full posters. 

4 August 2022

Agile development for cognitive task selection

This poster was presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference on Monday 1st August, 2022. Read below for a summary and to view the full poster.

3 August 2022

A novel episodic memory test optimized for high frequency assessment

This poster was presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference on Tuesday 2nd August 2022. Read below for a summary and to view the full poster.

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