Assessments | Cognition
The Mobile Toolbox Tests cover a variety of areas in cognition. The suite of tests will continue to grow to include select measures from the Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS ®), and tests from other measurement systems including the NIH Toolbox® Emotion Domain, the International Cognitive Ability Resource (ICAR), and the Cognitive Neuroscience Test Reliability and Clinical applications for Schizophrenia (CNTRACs).
This task assesses the ability to spell words administered in a computer-adaptive test (CAT) format.
Faces and Names with Delay
This two-part learning task assesses memory for cross-modal associations. Part, one prompts respondents to remember sets of faces and names. Part two tests recognition for the face-name pairs presented in Part one.
This task assesses receptive vocabulary administered in a computer-adaptive (CAT) format.
Attention, Executive Function
This task assesses inhibitory control, which is the ability to suppress responses that are inappropriate in a particular context.
This task assesses the cognitive processes involved in the acquisition, storage and retrieval of new information.
This task assesses the ability to store and manipulate information in working memory.
This task assesses executive function and cognitive flexibility.
This task assesses the speed of processing.