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Potential Elements for Development of a Versatile Cognitive Function Screening Tool


Cognitive function screening tools are so useful in detection of cognitive impairment resulted from both neurodegenerative, non-neurodegenerative, neurodevelopmental and non-neurodevelopmental disorders. Moreover, it is also used as cognitive aptitude tests or general cognitive ability tests in non-clinical settings such as in various recruitment processes. However, most of the cognitive function screening tools (CFST) available now is highly subjective and don’t encompass a wide range of cognitive biomarkers and also don’t apply a wide range of cognitive reagents. Whether cognitive function screening tools are pen-paper basedor digital, these essential elements have to be taken into consideration to ensure versatility, efficacy and accuracy of cognitive function screening tools. The same principle can be applied in development of cognitive function training tools (CFTT) that can potentially provide effective cognitive rehabilitation. A dual-functional model has been proposed and demonstrated that can potentially be used in pre-clinical and non-clinical settings.

Keywords: cognitive biomarkers, cognitive impairment, cognitive reagents, neurodegenerative

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