Journal article

Acceptability and Usability of Computerized Cognitive Assessment Among Australian Indigenous Residents of the Torres Strait Islands

Fintan Thompson, Lucette A Cysique, Linton R Harriss, Sean Taylor, Greg Savage, Paul Maruff, Robyn Mcdermott

Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology | OXFORD UNIV PRESS | Published : 2020


OBJECTIVES: This cross-sectional study aimed to investigate the acceptability and usability of the Cogstate Brief Battery (CBB) in a community-based sample of Australian Indigenous people from the Torres Strait region, based on a user experience framework of human-computer interaction. METHODS: Two-hundred community participants completed the four subtests of the CBB on an iPad platform, during a free adult health check on two islands in the region, between October and December 2016. Acceptability was defined as completing the learning trial of a task and usability as continuing a task through to completion, determined by examiner acumen and internal Cogstate completion and integrity criteri..

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