Études scientifiques publiées

Les nombreuses études menées sur les technologies de l'exercice dans BrainHQ montrent collectivement qu'ils améliorent la mémoire auditive, la mémoire visuelle, la capacité à effectuer des tâches quotidiennes, la sécurité au volant, la vitesse de traitement, la qualité de la vie liée à la santé, et bien plus encore. Ces études sont énumérées ci-dessous.

Titres des articles et des résumés en cours de traduction.

 

 

Article Title

Lab/University

Improvement in memory with plasticity-based adaptive cognitive training: results of the 3-month follow-up.

 

Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California

Interim analyses from a randomised controlled trial to improve visual processing speed in older adults: the Iowa Healthy and Active Minds Study.

University of Iowa

The effect of speed-of-processing training on depressive symptoms in ACTIVE.

College of Public Health, University of Iowa

Speed of processing in older adults: a cognitive overview for nursing.

 

School of Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Exploratory study of incident vehicle crashes among older drivers.

 

Center for Aging, University of Alabama at Birmingham

A preliminary assessment of the medical and functional factors associated with vehicle crashes by older adults.

 

Center for Aging, University of Alabama at Birmingham

A prospective, population-based study of the role of visual impairment in motor vehicle crashes among older drivers: the SEE study.

 

Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London

Cognitive training changes hippocampal function in mild cognitive impairment: a pilot study.

 

Stanford University

Traffic-entry behavior and crash risk for older drivers with impairment of selective attention.

 

University of Iowa

Vision impairment, eye disease, and injurious motor vehicle crashes in the elderly.

 

School of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Visual processing impairment and risk of motor vehicle crash among older adults.

 

School of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Identifying crash involvement among older drivers: agreement between self-report and state records.

 

School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Cognitive Speed of Processing Training Can Promote Community Mobility among Older Adults: A Brief Review.

 

University of Virginia

Cognitive Speed of Processing Training Delays Driving Cessation

 

School of Aging Studies, University of South Florida

The Longitudinal Impact of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training on Driving Mobility

 

School of Aging Studies, University of South Florida

Tonic and phasic alertness training: a novel behavioral therapy to improve spatial and non-spatialattention in patients with hemispatial neglect.

 

Geriatric Research Education Clinical Center, Boston VA Healthcare System

Cognitive training decreases motor vehicle collision involvement of older drivers.

 

University of Alabama at Birmingham

The impact of speed of processing training on cognitive and everyday functions.

 

Edward R. Roybal Center for Translational Reseach on Aging and Mobility, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Visual attention problems as a predictor of vehicle crashes in older drivers.

 

Western Kentucky University

The useful field of view test: a new technique for evaluating age-related declines in visual function.

 

Western Kentucky University

Computer-based cognitive training for mild cognitive impairment: results from a pilot randomized, controlled trial

 

Stanford University, UCSF, UC Davis

Useful field of view after traumatic brain injury

 

Georgia Southwestern State University

Using neuroplasticity-based auditory training to improve verbal memory in schizophrenia

 

Department of Psychiatry, UCSF/SFVAMC

Nurse-Enhanced Memory Intervention in Heart Failure: the MEMOIR study

 

University of Michigan School of Nursing

Speed of Processing Training With Middle-Age and Older Adults With HIV: A Pilot Study

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

The AD-AChEI Study

 

Columbia University, Yale School of Medicine

Memory enhancement in healthy older adults using a brain plasticity-based training program: a randomized, controlled study

 

Posit Science

Alabama Senior Driver Study

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Brain-Plasticity-Based Cognitive Training in Cancer Survivors withSelf-Reported Memory Impairment

 

University of Toronto

Age and visual search: expanding the useful field of view

 

Western Kentucky University

Brain plasticity and functional losses in the aged: scientific bases for a novel intervention

 

Posit Science

Computer-Based Therapy for Mild Cognitive Impairment: results from a pilot randomized, controlled trial

 

Stanford, UCSF, UC Davis

Predictors of driving exposure and avoidance in a field study of older drivers from the state of Maryland

 

Center for Translational Research on Aging and Mobility, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Cumulative meta-analysis of the relationship between useful field of view and driving performance in older adults: current and future implications

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Association between visual attention and mobility in older adults

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Relation of useful field of view and other screening tests to on-road driving performance

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Visual/cognitive correlates of vehicle accidents in older drivers

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Speed-of-processing and driving simulator training result in improved driving performance

 

Western Kentucky University

Effects of cognitive training interventions with older adults: a randomized controlled trial

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Acquired brain injury, visual attention, and the useful field of view test: A pilot study

 

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston

Can high-risk older drivers be identified through performance-based measures in a Department of Motor Vehicles setting?

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham, Edward R. Roybal Center for Translational Research on Aging and Mobility

Divided visual attention as a predictor of bumping while walking: the Salisbury Eye Evaluation.

 

The Johns Hopkins University

The ACTIVE cognitive training trial and predicted medical expenditures

 

Iowa City Veterans Administration Medical Center, University of Alabama, Birmingham, Posit Science

Does Cognitive Training Improve Internal Locus of Control Among Older Adults?

 

University of Iowa, University of Alabama, Birmingham, Posit Science

The ACTIVE cognitive training interventions and the onset of and recovery from suspected clinical depression

 

Iowa City Veterans Administration Medical Center, University of Alabama, Birmingham, Posit Science

Transfer of a speed of processing intervention to near and far cognitive functions.

 

Center for Research on Applied Gerontology, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Risk of falls and motor vehicle collisions in glaucoma

 

Dalhousie University

The effects of the ACTIVE cognitive training trial on clinically relevant declines in health-related quality of life

 

University of Iowa

Long-term effects of cognitive training on everyday functional outcomes in older adults.

 

Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University

The ACTIVE cognitive training trial and health-related quality of life: protection that lasts for 5 years.

 

VA Iowa City Health Care System

UFOV performance and driving ability following traumatic brain injury

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Cognitive Training for Tinnitus

 

University of Buffalo

Improving Cognitive Speed of Processing in Adults Aging with HIV

 

University of Alabama, Birmingham

Cognitive Training for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

SF Veterans Administration Medical Center / University of California, San Francisco

 

Brain Fitness in Parkinson's Disease

 

University of South Florida

Brain Fitness for Improved Quality of Life in Chronic Heart Failure

 

University of Michigan

A cognitive training program based on principles of brain plasticity: results from the Improvement in Memory with Plasticity-based Adaptive Cognitive Training (IMPACT) study.

 

Mayo Clinic, USC, Posit Science

The neural correlates of an expanded functional field of view

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The influence of perceptual training on working memory in older adults

 

UCSF Medical Center

Speed of processing training protects self-rated health in older adults: enduring effects observed in the multi-site ACTIVE randomized controlled trial

 

University of Iowa, Posit Science, Indiana University, University of Alabama, Hebrew Senior Life (Boston, MA), New England Research Institutes (Boston, MA), Posit Science

 

Evaluation of Approaches to Auditory Rehabilitation For Mild TBI

 

Portland VA Medical Center

Combined Cognitive Remediation and Vocational Therapies for Schizophrenia

 

Yale New Haven Medical Center

Improving Task Engagement in Schizophrenia

 

Columbia University, Yale School of Medicine