Cognitive Training Research with BrainTrain Products

ADHD, Working Memory and Cognitive Dysfunctions

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
"Cognitive Training for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Meta-Analysis of Clinical and Neuropsychological Outcomes From Randomized Controlled Trials"S. Cortese, et. alJournal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry2015Abstract
"Utilizing Computerized Cognitive Training to Improve Working Memory and Encoding: Piloting a School-Based Intervention"D. Wiest, et. alEducation2014Abstract
"Computer-Based Attention Training in the Schools for Children With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Preliminary Trial"N.J. Steiner, et. alClinical Pediatrics2011Abstract
“A Randomized Trial of Two Promising Computer-Based Interventions for Children with Attention Difficulties.”D.L. Rabiner, et. alJournal of Abnormal Child Psychology2010Abstract
“Changes After EEG Biofeedback and Cognitive Retraining in Adults with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.”T. Tinius, et. alJournal of Neurotherapy2000Abstract
“Computerized Cognitive Training for Severely Emotionally Disturbed Children with ADHD.”S.E. Slate, et. alBehavior Modification1998Abstract
“Computer-assisted cognitive training for ADHD.”D.B. Kotwal, et. alBehavior Modification1996Abstract
"The effectiveness of computerized cognitive training and neurofeedback treatment in improving the functioning of ADHD children"A. Fine, et. alIn Preparation1993Abstract

General Cognitive Functioning

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
"A Window of Opportunity for Cognitive Training in Adolescence"L. J. Knoll, et. alPsychological Science2016Full Study
"Multi-domain computerized cognitive training program improves performance of bookkeeping tasks: a matched-sampling active-controlled trial."A. Lampit, et. alFrontiers in Psychology2014Full Study

Reading

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
The Effectiveness of Education Technology for Enhancing Reading Achievement: A Meta-AnalysisCheung, Alan CK et al.Best Evidence Encyclopedia2011Abstract

Schizophrenia and Chronic Psychiatric Disorders

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
"A Meta-Analysis of Cognitive Remediation in Schizophrenia"Susan R. McGurk, et. alAmerican Journal of Psychiatry2007Abstract
“Computer-assisted cognitive rehabilitation reduces negative symptoms in the severely mentally ill”D.M. Bellucci, et. alSchizophrenia Research2003Abstract
"Computer-assisted cognitive rehabilitation reduces the negative symptoms in the severely mentally ill"Dona M Bellucci, et. alSchizophrenia Research2001Abstract
“Computer-Assisted Cognitive Rehabilitation of Chronic Psychiatric Inpatients” Philip C. Burda, et. alComputers in Human Behavior1994Abstract

Traumatic Brain Injury

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
“Computerized Cognitive Rehabilitation of Attention and Executive Function in Acquired Brain Injury: A Systematic Review”Y Bogdanova et alThe Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation2016Abstract
“EEG Changes on TBI Patients During Cognitive Tasks after Cognitive Rehabilitation”S. Stathopoulou, et alJournal of Neurotherapy2001Abstract
“Changes After EEG Biofeedback and Cognitive Retraining in Adults with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”T. Tinius, et alJournal of Neurotherapy2000Abstract

Cerebal Malaria and HIV

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
“A pilot study of the neuropsychological benefits of computerized cognitive rehabilitation in Ugandan children with HIV”M.J. Boivin, et alNeuropsychology2010Abstract

Cognitive Training with Older Adults, Alzheimer's, and Dementia

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
"A Personalized 12-Week “Brain Fitness Program” for Improving Cognitive Function and Increasing the Volume of Hippocampus in Elderly with Mild Cognitive Impairment"M. Fotuhi, et alThe Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease2016Abstract
"Computerized Cognitive Training in Older Adults With Mild Cognitive Impairment or Dementia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis"N, Hill, et alAmerican Journal of Psychiatry2016Abstract
"Computerized Structured Cognitive Training in Patients Affected by Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease Is Feasible and Effective: A Randomized Controlled Study"M Cavallo et al.Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology2016Abstract
"The Impact of Three Cognitive Training Programs on Driving Cessation Across 10 Years: A Randomized Controlled Trial"L. Ross, et alThe Gerontologist2016Abstract
"Evaluation of a Multidisciplinary “Brain Fitness Program” for Treatment of Cognitive Impairment with Aging"M. Fotuhi, et alNeurology2014Abstract
"Ten-Year Effects of the Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly Cognitive Training Trial on Cognition and Everyday Functioning in Older Adults"G. W. Rebok, et alJournal of the American Geriatrics Society2014Abstract
"Efficacy of an adjunctive computer-based cognitive training program in amnestic mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease: a single-blind, randomized clinical trial"Gaitan, A., et alInternational Journal of Geriatric Psychology2013Abstract
"Keep up the good work"! A case study of the effects of a specific cognitive training in Alzheimer's disease.M Cavallo et al.Neurocase2013Abstract
"Preserving Cognition Through an Integrated Cognitive Stimulation and Training Program"M. Eckroth-Bucher, et alAmerican Journal of Alzheimers and Other Dementias2009Abstract
"Long-term maintenance of treatment gains following a cognitive rehabilitation intervention in early dementia of Alzheimer type: A single case study"L. Claire, et alNeuropsychological Rehabilitation2001Abstract

Cognitive Training in the Schools

TitleAuthorPublicationYearLink
Utilizing Cognitive Training to Remediate Working Memory in School-Age ChildrenC.M. Younger, et. alPoster Presented at Western Psychological Association2015Poster
Utilizing Cognitive Training to Remediate Working Memory in School-Age Children: Teacher Ratings of ImprovementD. Wiest, et. alPoster presented at European Congress of Psychology2015Poster
Utilizing Computerized Cognitive Training to Improve Working Memory and Encoding: Piloting a School-Based InterventionD. Wiest, et. alEducation2014Abstract
Using Cognitive Training to Enhance Attention and Working Memory
for Students with ADHD: A Preliminary Study
E.H. Wong, et. alPoster Presented at Western Psychological Association2012Poster
Computer-Based Attention Training in the Schools for Children With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Preliminary TrialN.J. Steiner, et. alClinical Pediatrics2011Excerpt
The Effectiveness of Education Technology for Enhancing Reading Achievement: A Meta-AnalysisCheung, Alan CK et al.Best Evidence Encyclopedia2011Excerpt
Using Cognitive Training to Enhance Working MemoryA.M. Patterson, et. alPoster Presented at Western Psychological Association2011Poster
A Randomized Trial of Two Promising Computer-Based Interventions for Children with Attention DifficultiesD.L. Rabiner, et. alJournal of Abnormal Child Psychology2010Excerpt

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