Cogsuite’s cognitive assessment battery was been designed and developed in collaboration with neuropsychologists from one of the leading centers for cancer research and treatment and with support from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Circus Cannon Twins

Circus Cannon Twins measures visuospatial ability using a Mental Rotation Task.  Twin acrobats are presented to users who must determine if they are identical by mentally rotating one of them.

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Clownfish Commander

Clownfish Commander is an Attention Network Task that measures three components of attention: Alerting, Orienting, and Executive Function.  Users are prompted to identify the direction of the center clownfish in a flanker array across varying cue conditions that are represented as rustling seaweed.

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Quickbot Inspector

Quickbot Inspector is an N-Back Task that measures working memory. Robots encoded with letters are displayed. Users must determine if the currently presented letter is a match depending on the N-Back criteria.  This measurement includes a progression from 0-Back, 1-Back, 2-Back, and 3-Back Tasks.

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Soup Chef

Soup Chef is a Finger Tapping Task that efficiently samples left and right handed motor responses and bilateral coordination.  Users are prompted to tap left and right index fingers as fast as possible.

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Balloon Collector

Balloon Collector is a Stop-Signal Reaction-Time Task consisting of go and no go trials.  During go trials, users are presented with a target to which a speeded response is required. During no-go trials, a target is presented but followed by an auditory stop-signal with a varying stop-signal delay based on a staircase tracking procedure.

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Zeppelin Race

Zeppelin Race is a Verbal Fluency Task that requires users to generate words that belong in a given semantic (e.g. Animals, Grocery Items, Furniture) or phonetic (words that begin with a given letter) category. The zeppelin moves forward with each correct answer.

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Zookeeper Match

Zookeeper Match is Substitution Task that assesses higher order processing speed. Paired stimuli are presented that are either match a code key that is displayed onscreen, or that do not match.  The paired stimuli will include different animals and their favorite toy.

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www.selfreport.com provides mobile, tablet, and desktop access to six measurement systems through the National Institute of Health’s PROMIS API.  Using our secure cloud based study and participant management system, researchers and clinicians can easily assign, remotely administer, and collect data from over 500 PROMIS API instruments.  www.selfreport.com can seamlessly integrate with EHR, EDC, and other systems to enable single click workflows to assign and administer (remote or in-office) self-report instruments.

PROMIS®

  • Self-Reported and Proxy-Reported Measurements

  • Global, Physical, Mental, and Social Health domains

  • For adults and children in the general population and those living with chronic conditions

  • Computer Adaptive Tests (CAT) and Short Forms

  • English and Spanish versions

  • 340 Measurement Instruments

Neuro-QoL

  • Self-Reported and Proxy-Reported Measurements

  • Physical, Mental, and Social domains

  • For adults and children living with a neurological condition

  • English and Spanish versions

  • Computer Adaptive Tests (CAT) and Short Forms

  • 37 Measurement Instruments

TBI-QoL

  • Self-Reported Measurements

  • Physical, Emotional, Cognitive, Anger/Emotional & Behavioral Dyscontrol (EBD), Social Domains

  • Individuals with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

  • Computer Adaptive Tests (CAT) and Short Forms

  • 41 Measurement Instruments

SCI-QoL

  • Self-Reported Measurements

  • Physical Function, Physical-Medical, Emotional, Social Domains

  • Individuals with a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

  • Computer Adaptive Tests (CAT) and Short Forms

  • 49 Measurement Instruments

ASCQ-Me®

  • Self-Reported Measurements

  • Physical, Mental, and Social Health Domains

  • Adults living with sickle cell disease

  • Computer Adaptive Tests (CAT) and Short Forms

  • 12 measurement instruments

NIH Toolbox®

  • Self-Reported Measurements

  • Sensory Function Domains

  • For adults and children in the general population and those living with chronic conditions

  • Computer Adaptive Tests (CAT) and Short Forms

  • 8 measurement instruments

ASCQ-Me (the Adult Sickle Cell Quality of Life Measurement Information System), PROMIS (Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System), TBI-QoL (Quality of Life with Traumatic Brain Injuries), SCI-QoL (Quality of Life with Spinal Cord Injuries), Neuro-QoL (Quality of Life in Neurological Disorders), NIH Toolbox for the Assessment of Neurological and Behavioral Function, and their logos are marks owned by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

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