Research, Projects, & Papers

With more than a decade in learning, memory, and decision-making behind me, as well as 20 years in the marketing industry, I’m often working on an odd-but-related set of projects at any one time.

Below, you’ll find a sampling of some of the papers, research, and other projects I’m involved in or producing for various purposes.

Cognitive Disabilities, Technological Flexibility, and The NIH Toolbox – Cognitive Battery: A Literature Review Angie Donna Nikoleychuk

Cognitive Disabilities, Technological Flexibility, and The NIH Toolbox – Cognitive Battery: A Literature Review

The National Institute of Health Toolbox – Cognitive Battery was designed to provide researchers and professionals with an effective, accurate, low-cost method of assessing various aspects of cognitive function and cognitive processes. While its validity is generally acceptable and above, it is not accurate enough in certain circumstances to be used as a sole measurement.

Some of these inaccuracies and lack of validity and reliability may also be due in part to shortfalls in the devices or design. This literature review examines the body of literature that currently exists and identifies areas that could benefit from further study.

Find the Document:

Available on ResearchGate

Or direct download: PDF

Purpose:

3990 NEUR – Functional Design, Cognition, and Decision Making

Topics:

Neuroscience
Usability
Software Design
Cognitive Assessment