Journal article

The Timecourse of Global Cognitive Gains from Supervised Computer-Assisted Cognitive Training: A Randomised, Active-Controlled Trial in Elderly with Multiple Dementia Risk Factors.

A Lampit, H Hallock, R Moss, S Kwok, M Rosser, M Lukjanenko, A Kohn, S Naismith, H Brodaty, M Valenzuela

J Prev Alzheimers Dis | Published : 2014


BACKGROUND: Home-based computerised cognitive training (CCT) is ineffective at enhancing global cognition, a key marker of cognitive ageing. OBJECTIVES: To test the effectiveness of supervised, group-based, multidomain CCT on global cognition in older adults and to characterise the dose-response relationship during and after training. DESIGN: A randomised, double-blind, longitudinal, active-controlled trial. SETTING: Community-based training centre in Sydney, Australia Participants: Eighty nondemented community-dwelling older adults (mean age = 72.1, 68.8% females) with multiple dementia risk factors but no major neuropsychiatric or sensory disorder. Of the 80 participants admitted to the st..

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