Computerized Neurocognitive Assessment – CNS Vital Signs

What is a Neurocognitive assessment?

Neurocognitive testing is used to assess memory (verbal and visual), psychomotor speed, reaction time, attention, cognitive flexibility, processing speed, executive function, simple visual attention and motor speed.

Uses

This test can be used to inform regarding neurocognitive functions to evaluate the need for remediation or accommodations. It can also be used to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions such as medication or neurofeedback.

What is involved?

Instructions will appear on the computer monitor. Various tasks are described and performed. The test takes about 1 hour to complete. Results are provided immediately.