Last updated on August 2017

Development of a Neurocognitive Screening Test


Brief description of study

This research study will evaluate a standalone software application and is designed to standardize and validate new neurocognitive screening testing for children aged 6 through 11, and adolescents and adults ages 12 through 75. The purpose of this study is to evaluate recently developed computerized tasks sensitive to changes in neurocognitive performance after a concussion. These tests were designed to help measure the effects of concussion on cognitive processes (e.g., memory, attention, brain speed) and visual functioning.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT02597504

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Matthew Shores, MD

FastMed Urgent Care
Scottsdale, AZ United States
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Robert Elbin

University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR United States
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Anthony Doran

Head First
Crofton, MD United States
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Arlene Silverio, MD

Heads Up Pediatrics
New Rochelle, NY United States
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Jane Luce

Jim Gyurke
Pittsburgh, PA United States
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