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For your reference, below is a list (organized by subject population) of completed studies in which one or more BrainHQ exercises were used as an intervention. This list is for researchers only. BrainHQ is not intended to diagnose or treat any clinical indication.  For information about BrainHQ’s benefits, view our webpage summarizing the findings with BrainHQ.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Mishra, J., R. Sagar, A. A. Joseph, A. Gazzaley, and M. M. Merzenich. “Training Sensory Signal-to-Noise Resolution in Children with ADHD in a Global Mental Health Setting.” Translational Psychiatry 6, no. 4 (2016): e781.
  • Mishra, Jyoti, Michael M. Merzenich, and Rajesh Sagar. “Accessible Online Neuroplasticity-Targeted Training for Children with ADHD.” Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health 7, no. 1 (November 14, 2013): 38. View article.

Bipolar Disorder

  • Lewandowski, Kathryn E., Sarah H. Sperry, Bruce M. Cohen, Lesley A. Norris, Garrett M. Fitzmaurice, Dost Ongur, and Matcheri S. Keshavan. “Treatment to Enhance Cognition in Bipolar Disorder (TREC-BD): Efficacy of a Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Remediation Versus Active Control.” The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 78, no. 9 (October 17, 2017): 1242–49. View article.

Cancer-Related Cognitive Impairment

  • Bray, Victoria J., Haryana M. Dhillon, Melanie L. Bell, Michael Kabourakis, Mallorie H. Fiero, Desmond Yip, Frances Boyle, Melanie A. Price, and Janette L. Vardy. “Evaluation of a Web-Based Cognitive Rehabilitation Program in Cancer Survivors Reporting Cognitive Symptoms after Chemotherapy.” Journal of Clinical Oncology 35, no. 2 (2016): 217–25.
  • Meneses, Karen, Rachel Benz, Jennifer R. Bail, Jacqueline B. Vo, Kristen Triebel, Pariya Fazeli, Jennifer Frank, and David E. Vance. “Speed of Processing Training in Middle-Aged and Older Breast Cancer Survivors (SOAR): Results of a Randomized Controlled Pilot.” Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 168, no. 1 (February 1, 2018): 259–67. View article.
  • Von Ah, Diane, Janet S. Carpenter, Andrew Saykin, Patrick Monahan, Jingwei Wu, Menggang Yu, George Rebok, et al. “Advanced Cognitive Training for Breast Cancer Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 135, no. 3 (October 1, 2012): 799–809. View article.
  • Wu, Lisa M., Ali Amidi, Molly L. Tanenbaum, Gary Winkel, Wayne A. Gordon, Simon J. Hall, Katrin Bovbjerg, and Michael A. Diefenbach. “Computerized Cognitive Training in Prostate Cancer Patients on Androgen Deprivation Therapy: A Pilot Study.” Supportive Care in Cancer 26, no. 6 (June 1, 2018): 1917–26. View article.

Dementia

  • Edwards, Jerri D., Huiping Xu, Daniel O. Clark, Lin T. Guey, Lesley A. Ross, and Frederick W. Unverzagt. “Speed of Processing Training Results in Lower Risk of Dementia.” Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions 3, no. 4 (2017): 603–611.
  • Rouse, Hillary J., Brent J. Small, and Mark E. Faust. “Assessment of Cognitive Training & Social Interaction in People with Mild to Moderate Dementia: A Pilot Study.” Clinical Gerontologist 42, no. 4 (August 8, 2019): 421–34. View article.

Depression

  • Hagen, Bjørn Ingulfsvann, Nils Inge Landrø, Bjørn Lau, Ernst H. W. Koster, and Jan Stubberud. “Predictors of Long-Term Improvement Following Cognitive Remediation in a Sample With Elevated Depressive Symptoms.” Frontiers in Psychology 11 (2020). View article.
  • Hagen, Bjørn Ingulfsvann, Bjørn Lau, Jutta Joormann, Milada Cvancarova Småstuen, Nils Inge Landrø, and Jan Stubberud. “Goal Management Training as a Cognitive Remediation Intervention in Depression: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of Affective Disorders 275 (October 1, 2020): 268–77. View article.
  • Mao, Ronghua, Changxiang Chen, Dan Li, Shuxing Li, and Min Zhang. “Intervention Effect of BrainHQ Visual Training on Depressive Symptom in Patients with Post Stroke Depression.” Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medical Science 24, no. 12 (2015): 1097–99.
  • Morimoto, Sarah Shizuko, Roger Alan Altizer, Faith M. Gunning, Willie Hu, Jiacheng Liu, Sarah E. Cote, Juliana Nitis, and George S. Alexopoulos. “Targeting Cognitive Control Deficits With Neuroplasticity-Based Computerized Cognitive Remediation in Patients With Geriatric Major Depression: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Controlled Trial.” The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 28, no. 9 (September 1, 2020): 971–80. View article.
  • Morimoto, Sarah Shizuko, Bruce E. Wexler, Jiacheng Liu, Willie Hu, Joanna Seirup, and George S. Alexopoulos. “Neuroplasticity-Based Computerized Cognitive Remediation for Treatment-Resistant Geriatric Depression.” Nature Communications 5, no. 4579 (2014): 1–7. View article.
  • Smith, Marianne, Michael P. Jones, Megan M. Dotson, and Fredric D. Wolinsky. “Speed of Processing Training and Depression in Assisted and Independent Living: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Edited by Kenji Hashimoto. PLOS ONE 14, no. 10 (October 17, 2019): e0223841. View article.
  • Wolinsky, F D, H W Mahncke, M W Vander Weg, R Martin, F W Unverzagt, K K Ball, R N Jones, and S L Tennstedt. “The ACTIVE Cognitive Training Interventions and the Onset of and Recovery from Suspected Clinical Depression.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 64, no. 5 (September 2009): 577–85. View article.
  • Wolinsky, F. D., M. W. Vander Weg, R Martin, F. W. Unverzagt, K. K. Ball, R. N. Jones, and S. L. Tennstedt. “The Effect of Speed-of-Processing Training on Depressive Symptoms in ACTIVE.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 64, no. 4 (April 2009): 468–72. View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D., Mark W. Vander Weg, M. Bryant Howren, Michael P. Jones, and Megan M. Dotson. “The Effect of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training on the Development of Additional IADL Difficulties and the Reduction of Depressive Symptoms Results from the IHAMS Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of Aging and Health 27, no. 2 (March 2015): 334–54. View article.

Diabetes

  • Cuevas, Heather E., Alexa K. Stuifbergen, Sharon A. Brown, and Catherine Ward. “A Nurse-Led Cognitive Training Intervention for Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes.” Research in Gerontological Nursing 12, no. 4 (July 23, 2019): 203–12. View article.
  • Natovich, Rachel, Noa Gayus, Michal Azmon, Hila Michal, Omri Gury Twito, Tomer Yair, Svetlana Raudoi, Ori Kapra, and Tali Cukierman-Yaffe. “A Comprehensive Intervention for Promoting Successful Aging Amongst Older People With Diabetes With Below-Normal Cognitive Function—A Feasibility Study.” Frontiers in Endocrinology 11 (2020). View article.

Healthy Adults/Healthy Aging

  • Anderson, Samira, Travis White-Schwoch, Hee Jae Choi, and Nina Kraus. “Partial Maintenance of Auditory-Based Cognitive Training Benefits in Older Adults.” Neuropsychologia 62 (September 2014): 286–96. View article.
  • Anderson, Samira, Travis White-Schwoch, Hee Jae Choi, and Nina Kraus. “Training Changes Processing of Speech Cues in Older Adults with Hearing Loss.” Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7, no. 97 (2013): 1–9. View article.
  • Anderson, Samira, Travis White-Schwoch, Alexandra Parbery-Clark, and Nina Kraus. “Reversal of Age-Related Neural Timing Delays with Training.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110, no. 11 (2013): 4357–4362. View article.
  • Andringa, Ronald, Erin R. Harell, Michael Dieciuc, and Walter R. Boot. “Older Adults’ Perceptions of Video Game Training in the Intervention Comparative Effectiveness for Adult Cognitive Training (ICE-ACT) Clinical Trial: An Exploratory Analysis.” In Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Social Media, Games and Assistive Environments, edited by Jia Zhou and Gavriel Salvendy, 125–34. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2019. View article.
  • Ball, K., D. B. Berch, K. F. Helmers, J. B. Jobe, M. D. Leveck, M. Marsiske, J. N. Morris, et al. “Effects of Cognitive Training Interventions with Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of the American Medical Association 288, no. 18 (November 13, 2002): 2271–81.
  • Ball, K, J. D. Edwards, L. A. Ross, and G. McGwin Jr. “Cognitive Training Decreases Motor Vehicle Collision Involvement of Older Drivers.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 58, no. 11 (November 2010): 2107–13. View article.
  • Ball, Karlene K., Lesley A. Ross, David L. Roth, and Jerri D. Edwards. “Speed of Processing Training in the ACTIVE Study: Who Benefits?” Journal of Aging and Health 25, no. 8 suppl (December 1, 2013): 65S-84S. View article.
  • Bamidis, Panagiotis D., Patrick Fissler, Sokratis G. Papageorgiou, Vasiliki Zilidou, Evdokimos I. Konstantinidis, Antonis S. Billis, Evangelia Romanopoulou, et al. “Gains in Cognition through Combined Cognitive and Physical Training: The Role of Training Dosage and Severity of Neurocognitive Disorder.” Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 7, no. 152 (August 7, 2015): 1–15. View article.
  • Barnes, Deborah E, Wendy Santos-Modesitt, and Gina Poelke. “The Mental Activity and Exercise (MAX) Trial: A Randomized Controlled Trial to Enhance Cognitive Function in Older Adults.” JAMA Internal Medicine 173, no. 9 (May 13, 2013): 797–804. View article.
  • Belchior, Patrícia, Michael Marsiske, Shannon M. Sisco, Anna Yam, Daphne Bavelier, Karlene Ball, and William C. Mann. “Video Game Training to Improve Selective Visual Attention in Older Adults.” Computers in Human Behavior 29, no. 4 (July 2013): 1318–24. View article.
  • Belchior, Patrícia, Anna Yam, Kelsey R. Thomas, Daphne Bavelier, Karlene K. Ball, William C. Mann, and Michael Marsiske. “Computer and Videogame Interventions for Older Adults’ Cognitive and Everyday Functioning.” Games for Health Journal, 2019. View article.
  • Berry, A S, T P Zanto, W C Clapp, J L Hardy, P B Delahunt, H W Mahncke, and A Gazzaley. “The Influence of Perceptual Training on Working Memory in Older Adults.” PLoS ONE 5, no. 7 (2010): e11537. View article.
  • Burge, Wesley K., Lesley A. Ross, Frank R. Amthor, William G. Mitchell, Alexander Zotov, and Kristina M. Visscher. “Processing Speed Training Increases the Efficiency of Attentional Resource Allocation in Young Adults.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, no. 684 (2013): 1–7. View article.
  • Clark, Daniel O., Huiping Xu, Frederick W. Unverzagt, and Hugh Hendrie. “Does Targeted Cognitive Training Reduce Educational Disparities in Cognitive Function among Cognitively Normal Older Adults?” International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 31, no. 7 (December 7, 2015): 1099–1166. View article.
  • Edwards, J. D., P. B. Delahunt, and H. W. Mahncke. “Cognitive Speed of Processing Training Delays Driving Cessation.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 64, no. 12 (December 2009): 1262–67. View article.
  • Edwards, J. D., V. G. Wadley, R. S. Myers, D. L. Roenker, G. M. Cissell, and K. K. Ball. “Transfer of a Speed of Processing Intervention to near and Far Cognitive Functions.” Gerontology 48 (2002): 329–340.
  • Edwards, J. D, V. G. Wadley, D. E. Vance, K. Wood, D. L. Roenker, and K. K. Ball. “The Impact of Speed of Processing Training on Cognitive and Everyday Performance.” Aging & Mental Health 9, no. 3 (2005): 262–271.
  • Edwards, Jerri D., Christine L. Ruva, Jennifer L. O’Brien, Christine B. Haley, and Jennifer J. Lister. “An Examination of Mediators of the Transfer of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training to Everyday Functional Performance.” Psychology and Aging 28, no. 2 (2013): 314–21. View article.
  • Edwards, Jerri D., Huiping Xu, Daniel O. Clark, Lin T. Guey, Lesley A. Ross, and Frederick W. Unverzagt. “Speed of Processing Training Results in Lower Risk of Dementia.” Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions 3, no. 4 (2017): 603–611.
  • Elliott, Amanda F., Melissa L. O’Connor, and Jerri D. Edwards. “Cognitive Speed of Processing Training in Older Adults with Visual Impairments.” Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 34, no. 5 (September 1, 2014): 509–18. View article.
  • Eramudugolla, Ranmalee, Kim M. Kiely, Sidhant Chopra, and Kaarin J. Anstey. “Effect of Speed of Processing Training on Older Driver Screening Measures.” Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 9 (2017): 338. View article.
  • Faust, Mark E., Kristi S. Multhaup, Michelle S. Ong, George J. Demakis, and Kelly G. Balz. “Exploring the Specificity, Synergy, and Durability of Auditory and Visual Computer Game Transfer Effects in Healthy Older Adults.” The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 2019. View article.
  • Fissler, Patrick, Hans-Peter Müller, Olivia C. Küster, Daria Laptinskaya, Franka Thurm, Alexander Woll, Thomas Elbert, Jan Kassubek, Christine A. F. von Arnim, and Iris-Tatjana Kolassa. “No Evidence That Short-Term Cognitive or Physical Training Programs or Lifestyles Are Related to Changes in White Matter Integrity in Older Adults at Risk of Dementia” 11, no. 110 (2017): 1–13. View article.
  • González-Palau, Fátima, Manuel Franco, Panagiotis Bamidis, Raquel Losada, Esther Parra, Sokratis G. Papageorgiou, and Ana B. Vivas. “The Effects of a Computer-Based Cognitive and Physical Training Program in a Healthy and Mildly Cognitive Impaired Aging Sample.” Aging & Mental Health 18, no. 7 (September 2014): 838–46. View article.
  • Gross, Alden L., Brennan R. Payne, Ramon Casanova, Pega Davoudzadeh, Joseph M. Dzierzewski, Sarah Farias, Tania Giovannetti, et al. “The ACTIVE Conceptual Framework as a Structural Equation Model.” Experimental Aging Research 44, no. 1 (February 2018): 1–17. View article.
  • Hamilton, Joseph A., Gary Lambert, Joel Suss, and Adam T. Biggs. “Can Cognitive Training Improve Shoot/Don’t-Shoot Performance? Evidence from Live Fire Exercises.” The American Journal of Psychology 132, no. 2 (2019): 179–94.
  • Jones, Richard N., Michael Marsiske, Karlene Ball, George Rebok, Sherry L. Willis, John N. Morris, and Sharon L. Tennstedt. “The ACTIVE Cognitive Training Interventions and Trajectories of Performance among Older Adults.” Journal of Aging and Health 25, no. 8 suppl (December 1, 2013): 186S-208S. View article.
  • Kraft, Jessica N., Andrew O’Shea, Alejandro Albizu, Nicole D. Evangelista, Hanna K. Hausman, Emanuel Boutzoukas, Nicole R. Nissim, et al. “Structural Neural Correlates of Double Decision Performance in Older Adults.” Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 12 (2020). View article.
  • Küster, Olivia C., Patrick Fissler, Daria Laptinskaya, Franka Thurm, Andrea Scharpf, Alexander Woll, Stephan Kolassa, et al. “Cognitive Change Is More Positively Associated with an Active Lifestyle than with Training Interventions in Older Adults at Risk of Dementia: A Controlled Interventional Clinical Trial.” BMC Psychiatry 16, no. 315 (2016): 1–12. View article.
  • Lee, Hyun Kyu, James D. Kent, Christopher Wendel, Fredric D. Wolinsky, Eric D. Foster, Michael M. Merzenich, and Michelle W. Voss. “Home-Based, Adaptive Cognitive Training for Cognitively Normal Older Adults: Initial Efficacy Trial.” The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75, no. 6 (June 2, 2020): 1144–54. View article.
  • Mahncke, H. W., A. Bronstone, and M. M. Merzenich. “Brain Plasticity and Functional Losses in the Aged: Scientific Bases for a Novel Intervention.” Progress in Brain Research 157 (2006): 81–109. View article.
  • Mahncke, H W, B B Connor, J Appelman, O N Ahsanuddin, J L Hardy, R A Wood, N M Joyce, T Boniske, S M Atkins, and M M Merzenich. “Memory Enhancement in Healthy Older Adults Using a Brain Plasticity-Based Training Program: A Randomized, Controlled Study.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103, no. 33 (August 15, 2006): 12523–28. View article.
  • Middleton, Laura E., Maria I. Ventura, Wendy Santos-Modesitt, Gina Poelke, Kristine Yaffe, and Deborah E. Barnes. “The Mental Activity and EXercise (MAX) Trial: Effects on Physical Function and Quality of Life among Older Adults with Cognitive Complaints.” Contemporary Clinical Trials 64 (January 1, 2018): 161–66. View article.
  • Mishra, Jyoti, Camarin Rolle, and Adam Gazzaley. “Neural Plasticity Underlying Visual Perceptual Learning in Aging.” Brain Research 1612 (2015): 140–151.
  • Mishra, Jyoti, Etienne de Villers-Sidani, Michael Merzenich, and Adam Gazzaley. “Adaptive Training Diminishes Distractibility in Aging across Species.” Neuron 84, no. 5 (December 3, 2014): 1091–1103. View article.
  • O’Brien, Jennifer L., Jerri D. Edwards, Nathan D. Maxfield, Carol L. Peronto, Victoria A. Williams, and Jennifer J. Lister. “Cognitive Training and Selective Attention in the Aging Brain: An Electrophysiological Study.” Clinical Neurophysiology 124, no. 11 (2013): 2198–2208. View article.
  • Ogawa, Elisa F., Haikun Huang, Lap-Fai Yu, Philimon N. Gona, Richard K. Fleming, Suzanne G. Leveille, and Tongjian You. “Effects of Exergaming on Cognition and Gait in Older Adults at Risk for Falling.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 52, no. 3 (2020): 754–61. View article.
  • Pa, Judy, William Goodson, Andrew Bloch, Abby C. King, Kristine Yaffe, and Deborah E. Barnes. “Effect of Exercise and Cognitive Activity on Self-Reported Sleep Quality in Community-Dwelling Older Adults with Cognitive Complaints: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 62, no. 12 (December 1, 2014): 2319–26. View article.
  • Rebok, George W., Karlene Ball, Lin T. Guey, Richard N. Jones, Hae-Young Kim, Jonathan W. King, Michael Marsiske, et al. “Ten-Year Effects of the Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly Cognitive Training Trial on Cognition and Everyday Functioning in Older Adults.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 62, no. 1 (2014): 16–24.
  • Roenker, Daniel L., Gayla M. Cissell, Karlene K. Ball, Virginia G. Wadley, and Jerri D. Edwards. “Speed-of-Processing and Driving Simulator Training Result in Improved Driving Performance.” Human Factors 45, no. 2 (2003): 218–33.
  • Ross, Lesley A., Jerri D. Edwards, Melissa L. O’Connor, Karlene K. Ball, Virginia G. Wadley, and David E. Vance. “The Transfer of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training to Older Adults’ Driving Mobility across 5 Years.” The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 71, no. 1 (2015): 87–97. View article.
  • Ross, Lesley A., Christina E. Webb, Christine Whitaker, Jarrod M. Hicks, Erica L. Schmidt, Shaadee Samimy, Nancy A. Dennis, and Kristina M. Visscher. “The Effects of Useful Field of View Training on Brain Activity and Connectivity.” The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 2018.
  • Scalf, Paige E., Stanley J. Colcombe, Jason S. McCarley, Kirk I. Erickson, Maritza Alvarado, Jenny S. Kim, Ruchika P. Wadhwa, and Arthur F. Kramer. “The Neural Correlates of an Expanded Functional Field of View.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 62 Spec No 1 (June 2007): 32–44.
  • Sharpe, Chantelle, Amanda A. Holup, Kevin E. Hansen, and Jerri D. Edwards. “Does Self-Efficacy Affect Responsiveness to Cognitive Speed of Processing Training?” Journal of Aging and Health 26, no. 5 (August 1, 2014): 786–806. View article.
  • Smith, G E, P Housen, K Yaffe, R Ruff, R F Kennison, H W Mahncke, and E M Zelinski. “A Cognitive Training Program Based on Principles of Brain Plasticity: Results from the Improvement in Memory with Plasticity-Based Adaptive Cognitive Training (IMPACT) Study.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 57, no. 4 (April 2009): 594–603. View article.
  • Smith, Marianne, Michael P. Jones, Megan M. Dotson, and Fredric D. Wolinsky. “Speed-of-Processing Training in Assisted and Independent Living: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 66, no. 8 (August 1, 2018): 1538–45. View article.
  • Smith-Ray, Renae L., Susan L. Hughes, Thomas R. Prohaska, Deborah M. Little, Donald A. Jurivich, and Donald Hedeker. “Impact of Cognitive Training on Balance and Gait in Older Adults.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 70, no. 3 (May 2015): 357–66. View article.
  • Smith-Ray, Renae L., Beth Makowski-Woidan, and Susan L. Hughes. “A Randomized Trial to Measure the Impact of a Community-Based Cognitive Training Intervention on Balance and Gait in Cognitively Intact Black Older Adults.” Health Education & Behavior 41, no. 1 suppl (October 2014): 62S–69S.
  • Strenziok, Maren, Raja Parasuraman, Ellen Clarke, Dean S. Cisler, James C. Thompson, and Pamela M. Greenwood. “Neurocognitive Enhancement in Older Adults: Comparison of Three Cognitive Training Tasks to Test a Hypothesis of Training Transfer in Brain Connectivity.” NeuroImage 85, Part 3 (January 15, 2014): 1027–39. View article.
  • Szelag, Elzbieta, and Justyna Skolimowska. “Cognitive Function in Elderly Can Be Ameliorated by Training in Temporal Information Processing.” Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 30, no. 5 (2012): 419–34. View article.
  • Unverzagt, Frederick W, Lin T Guey, Richard N Jones, Michael Marsiske, Jonathan W King, Virginia G Wadley, Michael Crowe, George W Rebok, and Sharon L Tennstedt. “ACTIVE Cognitive Training and Rates of Incident Dementia.” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 18, no. 4 (March 9, 2012): 669–77. View article.
  • Van Vleet, Thomas M., Joseph M. DeGutis, Michael M. Merzenich, Gregory V. Simpson, Ativ Zomet, and Sawsan Dabit. “Targeting Alertness to Improve Cognition in Older Adults: A Preliminary Report of Benefits in Executive Function and Skill Acquisition.” Cortex 82 (September 2016): 100–118. View article.
  • Vance, D., J. Dawson, V. Wadley, J. Edwards, D. Roenker, M. Rizzo, and K. Ball. “The ACCELERATE Study: The Longitudinal Effect of Speed of Processing Training on Cognitive Performance of Older Adults.” Rehabilitation Psychology 52, no. 1 (February 2007): 89–96.
  • Walters, Jim, Stanley E. Sheft, Mark A. Stellmack, and Anna Abele. “Improving Attentiveness: Effect of Cognitive Training on Sustained Attention Measures.” Professional Safety 64, no. 04 (April 1, 2019): 31–35.
  • Willis, Sherry L., Sharon L. Tennstedt, Michael Marsiske, Karlene Ball, Jeffrey Elias, Kathy Mann Koepke, John N. Morris, et al. “Long-Term Effects of Cognitive Training on Everyday Functional Outcomes in Older Adults.” JAMA : The Journal of the American Medical Association 296, no. 23 (December 20, 2006): 2805–14. View article.
  • Wolinsky, F. D., H. W. Mahncke, M. Kosinski, F. W. Unverzagt, D. M. Smith, R. N. Jones, A. Stoddard, and S. L. Tennstedt. “The ACTIVE Cognitive Training Trial and Predicted Medical Expenditures.” BMC Health Services Research 9, no. 109 (2009): 1–9. View article.
  • Wolinsky, F D, H W Mahncke, M W Vander Weg, R Martin, F W Unverzagt, K K Ball, R N Jones, and S L Tennstedt. “The ACTIVE Cognitive Training Interventions and the Onset of and Recovery from Suspected Clinical Depression.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 64, no. 5 (September 2009): 577–85. View article.
  • Wolinsky, F. D., M. W. Vander Weg, R Martin, F. W. Unverzagt, K. K. Ball, R. N. Jones, and S. L. Tennstedt. “The Effect of Speed-of-Processing Training on Depressive Symptoms in ACTIVE.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 64, no. 4 (April 2009): 468–72. View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D., Michael P. Jones, and Megan M. Dotson. “Does Visual Speed of Processing Training Improve Health-Related Quality of Life in Assisted and Independent Living Communities?: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Innovation in Aging 4, no. 4 (August 1, 2020). View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D, Henry Mahncke, Mark W Vander Weg, Rene Martin, Frederick W Unverzagt, Karlene K Ball, Richard N Jones, and Sharon L Tennstedt. “Speed of Processing Training Protects Self-Rated Health in Older Adults: Enduring Effects Observed in the Multi-Site ACTIVE Randomized Controlled Trial.” International Psychogeriatrics / IPA 22, no. 3 (May 2010): 470–78. View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D., Frederick W. Unverzagt, David M. Smith, Richard Jones, Anne Stoddard, and Sharon L. Tennstedt. “The ACTIVE Cognitive Training Trial and Health-Related Quality of Life: Protection That Lasts for 5 Years.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 61, no. 12 (December 2006): 1324–29.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D., Frederick W. Unverzagt, David M. Smith, Richard Jones, Elizabeth Wright, and Sharon L. Tennstedt. “The Effects of the ACTIVE Cognitive Training Trial on Clinically Relevant Declines in Health-Related Quality of Life.” The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 61, no. 5 (September 2006): S281-287.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D., Mark W. Vander Weg, M. Bryant Howren, Michael P. Jones, and Megan M. Dotson. “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Training Using a Visual Speed of Processing Intervention in Middle Aged and Older Adults.” PLoS ONE 8, no. 5 (May 1, 2013): e61624. View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D., Mark W. Vander Weg, M. Bryant Howren, Michael P. Jones, and Megan M. Dotson. “Effects of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training on a Composite Neuropsychological Outcome: Results at One-Year from the IHAMS Randomized Controlled Trial.” International Psychogeriatrics 28, no. 2 (2015): 317–30. View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D, Mark W Vander Weg, M Bryant Howren, Michael P Jones, Rene Martin, Tana M Luger, Kevin Duff, and Megan M Dotson. “Interim Analyses from a Randomised Controlled Trial to Improve Visual Processing Speed in Older Adults: The Iowa Healthy and Active Minds Study.” BMJ Open 1, no. 2 (November 21, 2011): e000225. View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D, Mark W Vander Weg, René Martin, Frederick W Unverzagt, Sherry L Willis, Michael Marsiske, George W Rebok, John N Morris, Karlene K Ball, and Sharon L Tennstedt. “Does Cognitive Training Improve Internal Locus of Control among Older Adults?” The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 65, no. 5 (December 11, 2009): 591–98. View article.
  • Wolinsky, Fredric D., Mark W. Vander Weg, M. Bryant Howren, Michael P. Jones, and Megan M. Dotson. “The Effect of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training on the Development of Additional IADL Difficulties and the Reduction of Depressive Symptoms Results from the IHAMS Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of Aging and Health 27, no. 2 (March 2015): 334–54. View article.
  • Zelinski, E. M., L. M. Spina, K. Yaffe, R. Ruff, R. F. Kennison, H. W. Mahncke, and G. E. Smith. “Improvement in Memory with Plasticity-Based Adaptive Cognitive Training (IMPACT): Results of the 3-Month Follow-Up.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 59 (February 2011): 258–65.
  • Zelinski, Elizabeth M., Kelly D. Peters, Shoshana Hindin, Kevin T. Petway, and Robert F. Kennison. “Evaluating the Relationship between Change in Performance on Training Tasks and on Untrained Outcomes.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, no. 617 (August 13, 2014): 1–14. View article.

Heart Failure

  • Athilingam, Ponrathi, Jerri D. Edwards, Elise G. Valdes, Ming Ji, and Maya Guglin. “Computerized Auditory Cognitive Training to Improve Cognition and Functional Outcomes in Patients with Heart Failure: Results of a Pilot Study.” Heart & Lung: The Journal of Acute and Critical Care 44, no. 2 (March 1, 2015): 120–28. View article.
  • Ellis, Michelle L., Jerri D. Edwards, Lindsay Peterson, Rosalyn Roker, and Ponrathi Athilingam. “Effects of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training among Older Adults with Heart Failure.” Journal of Aging and Health 26, no. 4 (March 28, 2014): 600–615. View article.
  • Gary, R, S Paul, E Corwin, B Butts, A Miller, K Hepburn, and D Waldrop-Valverde. “Exercise and Cognitive Training as a Strategy to Improve Neurocognitive Outcomes in Heart Failure: A Pilot Study,” 2019. View article.
  • Gary, Rebecca A., Sudeshna Paul, Elizabeth Corwin, Brittany Butts, Andrew H. Miller, Kenneth Hepburn, and Drenna Waldrop. “Exercise and Cognitive Training Intervention Improves Self-Care, Quality of Life and Functional Capacity in Persons With Heart Failure.” Journal of Applied Gerontology, October 13, 2020, 0733464820964338. View article.
  • Pressler, Susan J., Barbara Therrien, Penny L. Riley, Cheng-Chen Chou, David L. Ronis, Todd M. Koelling, Dean G. Smith, Barbara Jean Sullivan, Ann-Marie Frankini, and Bruno Giordani. “Nurse-Enhanced Memory Intervention in Heart Failure: The MEMOIR Study.” Journal of Cardiac Failure 17, no. 10 (2011): 832–843.
  • Pressler, Susan J., Marita Titler, Todd M. Koelling, Penny L. Riley, Miyeon Jung, Lisa Hoyland-Domenico, David L. Ronis, et al. “Nurse-Enhanced Computerized Cognitive Training Increases Serum Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor Levels and Improves Working Memory in Heart Failure.” Journal of Cardiac Failure 21, no. 8 (August 2015): 630–41. View article.
  • Pressler, Susan, Alison Martineau, Judith Grossi, Bruno Giordani, Todd M. Koelling, David L. Ronis, Penny L. Riley, Cheng-Chen Chou, Barbara J. Sullivan, and Dean G. Smith. “Healthcare Resource Use among Heart Failure Patients in a Randomized Pilot Study of a Cognitive Training Intervention” 42 (2013): 332–38. View article.

HIV-Related Cognitive Decline

  • Cody, Shameka L., Pariya L. Fazeli, Michael Crowe, Mirjam-Colette Kempf, Linda Moneyham, Despina Stavrinos, David E. Vance, and Karen Heaton. “Effects of Speed of Processing Training and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Global Sleep Quality and Speed of Processing in Older Adults with and without HIV: A Pilot Study.” Applied Neuropsychology: Adult 0, no. 0 (January 17, 2019): 1–12. View article.
  • Frain, Judy A., and Ling Chen. “Examining the Effectiveness of a Cognitive Intervention to Improve Cognitive Function in a Population of Older Adults Living with HIV: A Pilot Study.” Therapeutic Advances in Infectious Disease 5, no. 1 (January 1, 2018): 19–28. View article.
  • Kaur, Jaspreet, Joan E. Dodson, Laura Steadman, and David E. Vance. “Predictors of Improvement Following Speed of Processing Training in Middle-Aged and Older Adults with HIV: A Pilot Study.” The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing : Journal of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses 46, no. 1 (February 2014): 23–33. View article.
  • Pope, C. N., D. Stavrinos, D. E. Vance, A. J. Woods, T. R. Bell, K. K. Ball, and P. L. Fazeli. “A Pilot Investigation on the Effects of Combination Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Speed of Processing Cognitive Remediation Therapy on Simulated Driving Behavior in Older Adults with HIV.” Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 58 (October 1, 2018): 1061–73. View article.
  • Vance, David E., Pariya L. Fazeli, Lesley A. Ross, Virginia G. Wadley, and Karlene K. Ball. “Speed of Processing Training with Middle-Age and Older Adults with HIV: A Pilot Study.” Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 23, no. 6 (November 2012): 500–510. View article.
  • Vance, David E., Michael Jensen, Frida Tende, James L. Raper, Shannon Morrison, and Pariya L. Fazeli. “Individualized-Targeted Computerized Cognitive Training to Treat HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder: An Interim Descriptive Analysis.” The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care: JANAC 29, no. 4 (2018): 604–11. View article.

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

  • Bamidis, Panagiotis D., Patrick Fissler, Sokratis G. Papageorgiou, Vasiliki Zilidou, Evdokimos I. Konstantinidis, Antonis S. Billis, Evangelia Romanopoulou, et al. “Gains in Cognition through Combined Cognitive and Physical Training: The Role of Training Dosage and Severity of Neurocognitive Disorder.” Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 7, no. 152 (August 7, 2015): 1–15. View article.
  • Barnes, Deborah E, Kristine Yaffe, Nataliya Belfor, William J Jagust, Charles DeCarli, Bruce R Reed, and Joel H Kramer. “Computer-Based Cognitive Training for Mild Cognitive Impairment: Results from a Pilot Randomized, Controlled Trial.” Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders 23, no. 3 (September 2009): 205–10. View article.
  • Chen, Quanjing, Haichuan Yang, Brian Rooks, Mia Anthony, Zhengwu Zhang, Duje Tadin, Kathi L. Heffner, and Feng V. Lin. “Autonomic Flexibility Reflects Learning and Associated Neuroplasticity in Old Age.” Human Brain Mapping 41, no. 13 (2020): 3608–19. View article.
  • Cuc, Andrea V., Dona E.C. Locke, Noah Duncan2, Julie A. Fields, Charlene Hoffman Snyder, Sherrie Hanna, Angela Lunde, Glenn E. Smith, and Melanie Chandler. “A Pilot Randomized Trial of Two Cognitive Rehabilitation Interventions for Mild Cognitive Impairment: Caregiver Outcomes” TBA, no. TBA (2017): 1–8. View article.
  • Gooding, Amanda L., Jimmy Choi, Joanna M. Fiszdon, Kirsten Wilkins, Paul D. Kirwin, Christopher H. van Dyck, Davangere Devanand, Morris D. Bell, and Monica Rivera Mindt. “Comparing Three Methods of Computerised Cognitive Training for Older Adults with Subclinical Cognitive Decline.” Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 26, no. 5–6 (2015): 810–21.
  • Klados, Manousos A., Charis Styliadis, Christos A. Frantzidis, Evangelos Paraskevopoulos, and Panagiotis D. Bamidis. “Beta-Band Functional Connectivity Is Reorganized in Mild Cognitive Impairment after Combined Computerized Physical and Cognitive Training.” Frontiers in Neuroscience 10, no. 55 (February 29, 2016): 1–12. View article.
  • Lin, Feng, Kathi L. Heffner, Ping Ren, Madalina E. Tivarus, Judith Brasch, Ding-Geng Chen, Mark Mapstone, Anton P. Porsteinsson, and Duje Tadin. “Cognitive and Neural Effects of Vision-Based Speed-of-Processing Training in Older Adults with Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Pilot Study.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 64, no. 6 (June 2016): 1293–98. View article.
  • Lin, Feng, Kathi L Heffner, Ping Ren, and Duje Tadin. “A Role of the Parasympathetic Nervous System in Cognitive Training.” Current Alzheimer Research 14, no. 7 (2017): 784–789.
  • Lin, Feng, Ye Tao, Quanjing Chen, Mia Anthony, Zhengwu Zhang, Duje Tadin, and Kathi L. Heffner. “Processing Speed and Attention Training Modifies Autonomic Flexibility: A Mechanistic Intervention Study.” NeuroImage, 2020, 116730.
  • Locke, Dona EC, Melanie Chandler Greenaway, Noah Duncan, Julie A. Fields, Andrea V. Cuc, Charlene Hoffman Snyder, Sherrie Hanna, Angela Lunde, and Glenn E. Smith. “A Patient-Centered Analysis of Enrollment and Retention in a Randomized Behavioral Trial of Two Cognitive Rehabilitation Interventions for Mild Cognitive Impairment.” The Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease 1, no. 3 (2014): 143.
  • McMaster, Mitchell, Sarang Kim, Linda Clare, Susan J. Torres, Nicolas Cherbuin, Catherine DʼEste, and Kaarin J. Anstey. “Lifestyle Risk Factors and Cognitive Outcomes from the Multidomain Dementia Risk Reduction Randomized Controlled Trial, Body Brain Life for Cognitive Decline (BBL-CD).” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, September 9, 2020. View article.
  • Rosen, A.C., L. Sugiura, J.H. Kramer, S. Whitfield-Gabrieli, and J.D. Gabrieli. “Cognitive Training Changes Hippocampal Function in Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Pilot Study.” Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease 26 (2011): 349–357.
  • Styliadis, Charis, Panagiotis Kartsidis, Evangelos Paraskevopoulos, Andreas A. Ioannides, and Panagiotis D. Bamidis. “Neuroplastic Effects of Combined Computerized Physical and Cognitive Training in Elderly Individuals at Risk for Dementia: An Eloreta Controlled Study on Resting States.” Neural Plasticity 2015 (April 7, 2015): e172192. View article.
  • Unverzagt, Frederick W., Linda Kasten, Kathy E. Johnson, George W. Rebok, Michael Marsiske, Kathy Mann Koepke, Jeffrey W. Elias, et al. “Effect of Memory Impairment on Training Outcomes in ACTIVE.” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS 13, no. 6 (November 2007): 953–60. View article.
  • Valdés, Elise G., Ross Andel, Jennifer J. Lister, Alyssa Gamaldo, and Jerri D. Edwards. “Can Cognitive Speed of Processing Training Improve Everyday Functioning among Older Adults with Psychometrically Defined Mild Cognitive Impairment?” Journal of Aging and Health 31, no. 4 (2019): 595–610. View article.
  • Valdes, Elise G., Melissa L. O’Connor, and Jerri D. Edwards. “The Effects of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training among Older Adults with Psychometrically-Defined Mild Cognitive Impairment.” Current Alzheimer Research 9, no. 9 (November 1, 2012): 999–1009. View article.

Multiple Sclerosis

  • Badenes, Dolors, Maite Garolera, Laura Casas, Juan Carlos Cejudo-Bolivar, Jorge de Francisco, Silvia Zaragoza, Noemi Calzado, and Miquel Aguilar. “Driving Competences and Neuropsychological Factors Associated to Driving Counseling in Multiple Sclerosis.” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 20, no. 5 (May 2014): 555–65. View article.
  • Barker, Lindsay, Brian C. Healy, Emily Chan, Kaitlynne Leclaire, and Bonnie I. Glanz. “A Pilot Study to Assess At-Home Speed of Processing Training for Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis.” Multiple Sclerosis International 2019 (2019).
  • Charvet, Leigh E., Jie Yang, Michael T. Shaw, Kathleen Sherman, Lamia Haider, Jianjin Xu, and Lauren B. Krupp. “Cognitive Function in Multiple Sclerosis Improves with Telerehabilitation: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial.” PLOS ONE 12, no. 5 (May 11, 2017): e0177177. View article.
  • Fuchs, Tom A., Stefano Ziccardi, Ralph H. B. Benedict, Alexander Bartnik, Amy Kuceyeski, Leigh E. Charvet, Devon Oship, et al. “Functional Connectivity and Structural Disruption in the Default-Mode Network Predicts Cognitive Rehabilitation Outcomes in Multiple Sclerosis.” Journal of Neuroimaging 30, no. 4 (2020): 523–30. View article.
  • Fuchs, Tom A., Stefano Ziccardi, Michael G. Dwyer, Leigh E. Charvet, Alexander Bartnik, Rebecca Campbell, Jose Escobar, et al. “Response Heterogeneity to Home-Based Restorative Cognitive Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis: An Exploratory Study.” Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 34 (September 1, 2019): 103–11. View article.
  • Hancock, Laura M., Jared M. Bruce, Amanda S. Bruce, and Sharon G. Lynch. “Processing Speed and Working Memory Training in Multiple Sclerosis: A Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Pilot Study.” Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 37, no. 2 (February 7, 2015): 113–27. View article.
  • Manglani, Heena R., Shaadee Samimy, Brittney Schirda, Jacqueline A. Nicholas, and Ruchika Shaurya Prakash. “Effects of 4-Week Mindfulness Training versus Adaptive Cognitive Training on Processing Speed and Working Memory in Multiple Sclerosis.” Neuropsychology 34, no. 5 (July 2020): 591–604. View article.
  • Manglani, Heena, Shaadee Samimy, Brittney Schirda, Jacqueline A. Nicholas, and Ruchika Shaurya Prakash. “Four Weeks of Mindfulness Training vs. Adaptive Cognitive Training in Multiple Sclerosis: Effects on Processing Speed and Working Memory.” Preprint. Open Science Framework, July 5, 2019. View article.
  • Shaw, Michael, Giuseppina Pilloni, and Leigh Charvet. “Delivering Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Away From Clinic: Remotely Supervised TDCS.” Military Medicine 185, no. Supplement_1 (January 7, 2020): 319–25. View article.

Parkinson's Disease

  • Chou, Kelvin L., and Alice Cronin-Golomb. “Feeling the Need … the Need for Speed (of Processing Training) in Parkinson Disease.” Neurology 81, no. 15 (October 8, 2013): 1278–79. View article.
  • Classen, S., D. P. McCarthy, O. Shechtman, K. D. Awadzi, D. N. Lanford, M. S. Okun, R. L. Rodriguez, et al. “Useful Field of View as a Reliable Screening Measure of Driving Performance in People with Parkinson’s Disease: Results of a Pilot Study.” Traffic Injury Prevention 10, no. 6 (December 2009): 593–98. View article.
  • Edwards, Jerri D., Robert A. Hauser, Melissa L. O’Connor, Elise G. Valdés, Theresa A. Zesiewicz, and Ergun Y. Uc. “Randomized Trial of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training in Parkinson Disease.” Neurology 81, no. 15 (October 8, 2013): 1284–90. View article.
  • Manenti, Rosa, Maria Sofia Cotelli, Chiara Cobelli, Elena Gobbi, Michela Brambilla, Danila Rusich, Antonella Alberici, Alessandro Padovani, Barbara Borroni, and Maria Cotelli. “Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Combined with Cognitive Training for the Treatment of Parkinson Disease: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study.” Brain Stimulation 11, no. 6 (November 1, 2018): 1251–62. View article.
  • Valdés, Elise G., Melissa L. O’Connor, Ergun Y. Uc, Robert A. Hauser, Ross Andel, and Jerri D. Edwards. “Use, Maintenance, and Dose Effects of Cognitive Speed of Processing Training in Parkinson’s Disease.” International Journal of Neuroscience TBA, no. TBA (2016): 1–8.

Schizophrenia

  • Adcock, R Alison, Corby Dale, Melissa Fisher, Stephanie Aldebot, Alexander Genevsky, Gregory V Simpson, Srikantan Nagarajan, and Sophia Vinogradov. “When Top-down Meets Bottom-up: Auditory Training Enhances Verbal Memory in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Bulletin 35, no. 6 (November 2009): 1132–41. View article.
  • Ahmed, Anthony O., Kristin M. Hunter, Nada M. Goodrum, Nancy-Jane Batten, Denis Birgenheir, Erik Hardison, Thaddeus Dixon, and Peter F. Buckley. “A Randomized Study of Cognitive Remediation for Forensic and Mental Health Patients with Schizophrenia.” Journal of Psychiatric Research 68 (September 1, 2015): 8–18. View article.
  • Bell, M. D, W. Zito, T. Greig, and B. E Wexler. “Neurocognitive Enhancement Therapy with Vocational Services: Work Outcomes at Two-Year Follow-Up.” Schizophrenia Research 105, no. 1–3 (2008): 18–29.
  • Bell, Morris D., Kee-Hong Choi, Christina Dyer, and Bruce E. Wexler. “Benefits of Cognitive Remediation and Supported Employment for Schizophrenia Patients with Poor Community Functioning.” Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.) 65, no. 4 (April 1, 2014): 469–75. View article.
  • Bell, Morris D., Holly Laws, Brian Pittman, and Jason K. Johannesen. “Comparison of Focused Cognitive Training and Portable ‘Brain-Games’ on Functional Outcomes for Vocational Rehabilitation Participants.” Scientific Reports 8, no. 1 (January 29, 2018): 1779. View article.
  • Biagianti, B, M Fisher, L Howard, A Rowlands, S Vinogradov, and J Woolley. “Feasibility and Preliminary Efficacy of Remotely Delivering Cognitive Training to People with Schizophrenia Using Tablets” 10 (2017): 7–14. View article.
  • Biagianti, B, BJ Roach, M Fisher, R Loewy, JM Ford, S Vinogradov, and DH Mathalon. “Trait Aspects of Auditory Mismatch Negativity Predict Response to Auditory Training in Individuals with Early Illness Schizophrenia” 3 (2017). View article.
  • Biagianti, Bruno, Melissa Fisher, Torsten B. Neilands, Rachel Loewy, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Engagement with the Auditory Processing System during Targeted Auditory Cognitive Training Mediates Changes in Cognitive Outcomes in Individuals with Schizophrenia.” Neuropsychology 30, no. 8 (2016): 998–1008.
  • Cain, Christopher K., Margaret McCue, Iruma Bello, Timothy Creedon, Dei-in Tang, Eugene Laska, and Donald C. Goff. “D-Cycloserine Augmentation of Cognitive Remediation in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research 153, no. 1 (March 1, 2014): 177–83. View article.
  • Dale, Corby L., Ethan G. Brown, Melissa Fisher, Alexander B. Herman, Anne F. Dowling, Leighton B. Hinkley, Karuna Subramaniam, Srikantan S. Nagarajan, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Auditory Cortical Plasticity Drives Training-Induced Cognitive Changes in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Bulletin 42, no. 1 (2015): 220–28.
  • Fisher, m, M Nahum, E Howard, A Rowlands, B Brandrett, A Kermott, J Woolley, and S Vinogradov. “Supplementing Intensive Targeted Computerized Cognitive Training with Social Cognitive Exercises for People with Schizophrenia: An Interim Report” 40, no. 1 (2017): 21–32. View article.
  • Fisher, Melissa, Christine Holland, Michael M Merzenich, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Using Neuroplasticity-Based Auditory Training to Improve Verbal Memory in Schizophrenia.” The American Journal of Psychiatry 166, no. 7 (July 2009): 805–11. View article.
  • Fisher, Melissa, Christine Holland, Karuna Subramaniam, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Neuroplasticity-Based Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia: An Interim Report on the Effects 6 Months Later.” Schizophrenia Bulletin 36, no. 4 (July 2010): 869–79. View article.
  • Fisher, Melissa, Rachel Loewy, Cameron Carter, Ashley Lee, J. Daniel Ragland, Tara Niendam, Danielle Schlosser, Lien Pham, Tara Miskovich, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Neuroplasticity-Based Auditory Training via Laptop Computer Improves Cognition in Young Individuals with Recent Onset Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Bulletin 41, no. 1 (January 20, 2014): 250–58. View article.
  • Fisher, Melissa, Synthia H. Mellon, Owen Wolkowitz, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Neuroscience-Informed Auditory Training in Schizophrenia: A Final Report of the Effects on Cognition and Serum Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor.” Schizophrenia Research: Cognition 3 (2016): 1–7.
  • Goff, Donald C., J. Steven Lamberti, Andrew C. Leon, Michael F. Green, Alexander L. Miller, Jayendra Patel, Theo Manschreck, Oliver Freudenreich, and Steven A. Johnson. “A Placebo-Controlled Add-on Trial of the Ampakine, CX516, for Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia.” Neuropsychopharmacology: Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 33, no. 3 (February 2008): 465–72. View article.
  • Hahn, Britta, Megan E. Shrieves, Marie B. Yuille, Robert W. Buchanan, and Ashleigh K. Wells. “Nicotine Effects on Cognitive Remediation Training Outcome in People with Schizophrenia: A Pilot Study.” Psychiatry Research, July 29, 2019, 112498. View article.
  • Harris, AWF, T Kosic, J Xu, C Walker, W Gye, and A Redoblado-Hodge. “Web-Based Cognitive Remediation Improves Supported Employment Outcomes in Severe Mental Illness: Randomized Controlled Trial” 4, no. 3 (2017): e30. View article.
  • Harvey, Philip D., Alexandra M. Balzer, and Raymond J. Kotwicki. “Training Engagement, Baseline Cognitive Functioning, and Cognitive Gains with Computerized Cognitive Training: A Cross-Diagnostic Study.” Schizophrenia Research: Cognition 19 (March 1, 2020): 100150. View article.
  • Hochberger, William C., Yash B. Joshi, Michael L. Thomas, Wendy Zhang, Andrew W. Bismark, Emily B. H. Treichler, Melissa Tarasenko, et al. “Neurophysiologic Measures of Target Engagement Predict Response to Auditory-Based Cognitive Training in Treatment Refractory Schizophrenia.” Neuropsychopharmacology 44, no. 3 (February 2019): 606. View article.
  • Hochberger, William C., Michael L. Thomas, Yash B. Joshi, Juan Molina, Emily B. H. Treichler, John Nungaray, Lauren Cardoso, Joyce Sprock, Neal Swerdlow, and Gregory A. Light. “Oscillatory Biomarkers of Early Auditory Information Processing Predict Cognitive Gains Following Targeted Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia Patients.” Schizophrenia Research 215 (January 1, 2020): 97–104. View article.
  • Hooker, C. I., L. Bruce, M. Fisher, S. C. Verosky, A. Miyakawa, and S. Vinogradov. “Neural Activity during Emotion Recognition after Combined Cognitive plus Social Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research 139, no. 1–3 (2012): 53–59. View article.
  • Hooker, Christine I., Lori Bruce, Melissa Fisher, Sara C. Verosky, Asako Miyakawa, Mark D’Esposito, and Sophia Vinogradov. “The Influence of Combined Cognitive plus Social-Cognitive Training on Amygdala Response during Face Emotion Recognition in Schizophrenia.” Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 213, no. 2 (2013): 99–107. View article.
  • Jahshan, Carol, Sophia Vinogradov, Jonathan K. Wynn, Gerhard Hellemann, and Michael F. Green. “A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing a ‘Bottom-up’ and ‘Top-down’ Approach to Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia.” Journal of Psychiatric Research 109 (2019): 118–25. View article.
  • Joshi, Yash B., Michael L. Thomas, William C. Hochberger, Andrew W. Bismark, Emily B. H. Treichler, Juan Molina, John Nungaray, et al. “Verbal Learning Deficits Associated with Increased Anticholinergic Burden Are Attenuated with Targeted Cognitive Training in Treatment Refractory Schizophrenia Patients.” Schizophrenia Research, February 6, 2019. View article.
  • Kantrowitz, Joshua T., Zafar Sharif, Alice Medalia, Richard S. E. Keefe, Philip Harvey, Gerard Bruder, Deanna M. Barch, Tse Choo, Seonjoo Lee, and Jeffrey A. Lieberman. “A Multicenter, Rater-Blinded, Randomized Controlled Study of Auditory Processing–Focused Cognitive Remediation Combined with Open-Label Lurasidone in Patients with Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder.” The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 77, no. 6 (March 2016): 799–806. View article.
  • Keefe, Richard S E, Sophia Vinogradov, Alice Medalia, Peter F Buckley, Stanley N Caroff, Deepak C D’Souza, Phillip D Harvey, et al. “Feasibility and Pilot Efficacy Results from the Multisite Cognitive Remediation in the Schizophrenia Trials Network (CRSTN) Randomized Controlled Trial.” The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 73, no. 7 (August 2012): 1016–22. View article.
  • Kontis, Dimitris, Vyv Huddy, Clare Reeder, Sabine Landau, and Til Wykes. “Effects of Age and Cognitive Reserve on Cognitive Remediation Therapy Outcome in Patients With Schizophrenia.” The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 21, no. 3 (March 1, 2013): 218–30. View article.
  • Lindenmayer, J. P., Samantha Fregenti, Guoxin Kang, Veronica Ozog, Isidora Ljuri, Anzalee Khan, A. Goldring, and Susan R. McGurk. “The Relationship of Cognitive Improvement after Cognitive Remediation with Social Functioning in Patients with Schizophrenia and Severe Cognitive Deficits.” Schizophrenia Research TBA, no. TBA (2017): TBA. View article.
  • Lindenmayer, Jean-Pierre, Anzalee Khan, Susan R. McGurk, Mila Kirstie C. Kulsa, Isidora Ljuri, Veronica Ozog, Samantha Fregenti, et al. “Does Social Cognition Training Augment Response to Computer-Assisted Cognitive Remediation for Schizophrenia?” Schizophrenia Research 201 (November 1, 2018): 180–86. View article.
  • Lindenmayer, JP, VA Ozog, A Khan, I Ljuri, S Fregenti, and SR McGurk. “Predictors of Response to Cognitive Remediation in Service Recipients with Severe Mental Illness.” 40, no. 1 (2017): 61–69. View article.
  • Lystad, June Ullevoldsæter, Erik Falkum, Vegard Øksendal Haaland, Helen Bull, Stig Evensen, Susan R. McGurk, and Torill Ueland. “Cognitive Remediation and Occupational Outcome in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders: A 2 Year Follow-up Study.” Schizophrenia Research TBA, no. TBA (2016): TBA. View article.
  • Mahncke, Henry W., Sarah-Jane Kim, Annika Rose, Catherine Stasio, Peter Buckley, Stanley Caroff, Erica Duncan, et al. “Evaluation of a Plasticity-Based Cognitive Training Program in Schizophrenia: Results from the ECaesar Trial.” Schizophrenia Research, March 28, 2019. View article.
  • Medalia, Alice, Alice M. Saperstein, Min Qian, and Daniel C. Javitt. “Impact of Baseline Early Auditory Processing on Response to Cognitive Remediation for Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research 208 (June 1, 2019): 397–405. View article.
  • Michalopoulou, Panayiota G., Shôn W. Lewis, Richard J. Drake, Abraham Reichenberg, Richard Emsley, Anastasia K. Kalpakidou, Jane Lees, et al. “Modafinil Combined with Cognitive Training: Pharmacological Augmentation of Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia.” European Neuropsychopharmacology 25, no. 8 (August 2015): 1178–89. View article.
  • Miley, Kathleen, Melissa Fisher, Mor Nahum, Elizabeth Howard, Abby Rowlands, Benjamin Brandrett, Josh Woolley, et al. “Six Month Durability of Targeted Cognitive Training Supplemented with Social Cognition Exercises in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research: Cognition 20 (June 1, 2020): 100171. View article.
  • Murthy, N. V., H. Mahncke, B. E. Wexler, P. Maruff, A. Inamdar, M. Zucchetto, J. Lund, et al. “Computerized Cognitive Remediation Training for Schizophrenia: An Open Label, Multi-Site, Multinational Methodology Study.” Schizophrenia Research 139, no. 1 (2012): 87–91.
  • Nahum, Mor, Melissa Fisher, Rachel Loewy, Gina Poelke, Joseph Ventura, Keith H. Nuechterlein, Christine I. Hooker, Michael F. Green, Michael M. Merzenich, and Sophia Vinogradov. “A Novel, Online Social Cognitive Training Program for Young Adults with Schizophrenia: A Pilot Study.” Schizophrenia Research: Cognition 1, no. 1 (2014): e11–e19.
  • Nahum, Mor, Hyunkyu Lee, Melissa Fisher, Michael F. Green, Christine I. Hooker, Joseph Ventura, Joshua T. Jordan, et al. “Online Social Cognition Training in Schizophrenia: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Controlled Multi-Site Clinical Trial.” Schizophrenia Bulletin. Accessed October 9, 2020. View article.
  • Nuechterlein, Keith H., Joseph Ventura, Sarah C. McEwen, Denise Gretchen-Doorly, Sophia Vinogradov, and Kenneth L. Subotnik. “Enhancing Cognitive Training through Aerobic Exercise after a First Schizophrenia Episode: Theoretical Conception and Pilot Study.” Schizophrenia Bulletin 42, no. suppl 1 (2016): S44–S52.
  • Panizzutti, Rogerio, Melissa Fisher, Coleman Garrett, Wai Hong Man, Walter Sena, Caroline Madeira, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Association between Increased Serum D-Serine and Cognitive Gains Induced by Intensive Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research, April 24, 2018. View article.
  • Panizzutti, Rogerio, Steven P. Hamilton, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Genetic Correlate of Cognitive Training Response in Schizophrenia.” Neuropharmacology 64 (2013): 264–267.
  • Perez, Veronica B., Melissa Tarasenko, Makoto Miyakoshi, Sean T. Pianka, Scott D. Makeig, David L. Braff, Neal R. Swerdlow, and Gregory A. Light. “Mismatch Negativity Is a Sensitive and Predictive Biomarker of Perceptual Learning during Auditory Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia.” Neuropsychopharmacology: Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, January 31, 2017. View article.
  • Popov, T., T. Jordanov, B. Rockstroh, T. Elbert, M. M Merzenich, and G. A Miller. “Specific Cognitive Training Normalizes Auditory Sensory Gating in Schizophrenia: A Randomized Trial.” Biological Psychiatry 69, no. 5 (2010): 465–71. View article.
  • Popov, T., B. Rockstroh, N. Weisz, T. Elbert, and G. A. Miller. “Adjusting Brain Dynamics in Schizophrenia by Means of Perceptual and Cognitive Training.” PLoS ONE 7, no. 7 (2012): e39051.
  • Popov, Tzvetan G., Almut Carolus, David Schubring, Petia Popova, Gregory A. Miller, and Brigitte S. Rockstroh. “Targeted Training Modifies Oscillatory Brain Activity in Schizophrenia Patients.” NeuroImage: Clinical 7 (2015): 807–14. View article.
  • Popova, Petia, Brigitte Rockstroh, Gregory A. Miller, Christian Wienbruch, Almut M. Carolus, and Tzvetan Popov. “The Impact of Cognitive Training on Spontaneous Gamma Oscillations in Schizophrenia.” Psychophysiology 55, no. 8 (August 1, 2018): e13083. View article.
  • Ramsay, Ian S., Susanna Fryer, Alison Boos, Brian J. Roach, Melissa Fisher, Rachel Loewy, Sophia Vinogradov, and Daniel H. Mathalon. “Response to Targeted Cognitive Training Correlates with Change in Thalamic Volume in a Randomized Trial for Early Schizophrenia.” Neuropsychopharmacology 43, no. 3 (February 2018): 590–97. View article.
  • Ramsay, Ian S., Sisi Ma, Melissa Fisher, Rachel L. Loewy, J. Daniel Ragland, Tara Niendam, Cameron S. Carter, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Model Selection and Prediction of Outcomes in Recent Onset Schizophrenia Patients Who Undergo Cognitive Training.” Schizophrenia Research: Cognition 11 (March 1, 2018): 1–5. View article.
  • Ramsay, Ian S., Brian J. Roach, Susanna Fryer, Melissa Fisher, Rachel Loewy, Judith M. Ford, Sophia Vinogradov, and Daniel H. Mathalon. “Increased Global Cognition Correlates with Increased Thalamo-Temporal Connectivity in Response to Targeted Cognitive Training for Recent Onset Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research 218 (April 1, 2020): 131–37. View article.
  • Rass, Olga, Jennifer K. Forsyth, Amanda R. Bolbecker, William P. Hetrick, Alan Breier, Paul H. Lysaker, and Brian F. O’Donnell. “Computer-Assisted Cognitive Remediation for Schizophrenia: A Randomized Single-Blind Pilot Study.” Schizophrenia Research 139, no. 1 (2012): 92–98.
  • Roach, Brian J., Judith M. Ford, Bruno Biagianti, Holly K. Hamilton, Ian S. Ramsay, Melissa Fisher, Rachel Loewy, Sophia Vinogradov, and Daniel H. Mathalon. “Efference Copy/Corollary Discharge Function and Targeted Cognitive Training in Patients with Schizophrenia.” International Journal of Psychophysiology, December 29, 2018. View article.
  • Sacks, Stephanie, Melissa Fisher, Coleman Garrett, Phillip Alexander, Christine Holland, Demian Rose, Christine Hooker, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Combining Computerized Social Cognitive Training with Neuroplasticity-Based Auditory Training in Schizophrenia.” Clinical Schizophrenia & Related Psychoses 7, no. 2 (2013): 78–86A.
  • Scoriels, Linda, Larissa T. Genaro, Luana G. C. Mororó, Stella Keffer, Anna Luiza D. V. Guimarães, Paulo V. S. Ribeiro, Filippe M. Tannos, et al. “Auditory versus Visual Neuroscience-Informed Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia: Effects on Cognition, Symptoms and Quality of Life.” Schizophrenia Research, May 21, 2020. View article.
  • Sevy, Serge, Jean-Pierre Lindenmayer, Anzalee Khan, Isidora Ljuri, Mila Kirstie C. Kulsa, and Owen Jones. “Differential Improvement of Negative-Symptom Subfactors after Cognitive Remediation in Low-Functioning Individuals with Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research: Cognition 19 (March 1, 2020): 100145. View article.
  • Subramaniam, K., T. L. Luks, M. Fisher, G. V. Simpson, S. Nagarajan, and S. Vinogradov. “Computerized Cognitive Training Restores Neural Activity within the Reality Monitoring Network in Schizophrenia.” Neuron 73, no. 4 (2012): 842–853.
  • Subramaniam, Karuna, Tracy L. Luks, Coleman Garrett, Cleo Chung, Melissa Fisher, Srikantan Nagarajan, and Sophia Vinogradov. “Intensive Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia Enhances Working Memory and Associated Prefrontal Cortical Efficiency in a Manner That Drives Long-Term Functional Gains.” NeuroImage 99 (2014): 281–292. View article.
  • Surti, Toral S., Silvia Corbera, Morris D. Bell, and Bruce E. Wexler. “Successful Computer-Based Visual Training Specifically Predicts Visual Memory Enhancement over Verbal Memory Improvement in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research 132, no. 2 (2011): 131–134.
  • Swerdlow, Neal R., Savita G. Bhakta, and Gregory A. Light. “Room to Move: Plasticity in Early Auditory Information Processing and Auditory Learning in Schizophrenia Revealed by Acute Pharmacological Challenge.” Schizophrenia Research 199 (September 1, 2018): 285–91. View article.
  • Swerdlow, Neal R., Melissa Tarasenko, Savita G. Bhakta, Jo Talledo, Alexis I. Alvarez, Erica L. Hughes, Brinda Rana, Sophia Vinogradov, and Gregory A. Light. “Amphetamine Enhances Gains in Auditory Discrimination Training in Adult Schizophrenia Patients.” Schizophrenia Bulletin TBA, no. TBA (2016): sbw148.
  • Tarasenko, Melissa, Veronica B. Perez, Sean T. Pianka, Sophia Vinogradov, David L. Braff, Neal R. Swerdlow, and Gregory A. Light. “Measuring the Capacity for Auditory System Plasticity: An Examination of Performance Gains during Initial Exposure to Auditory-Targeted Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research 172, no. 1–3 (2016): 123–130.
  • Thomas, Michael L., Andrew W. Bismark, Yash B. Joshi, Melissa Tarasenko, Emily B. H. Treichler, William C. Hochberger, Wen Zhang, et al. “Targeted Cognitive Training Improves Auditory and Verbal Outcomes among Treatment Refractory Schizophrenia Patients Mandated to Residential Care.” Schizophrenia Research 202 (December 1, 2018): 378–84. View article.
  • Thomas, Michael L., Emily B. H. Treichler, Andrew Bismark, Alexandra L. Shiluk, Melissa Tarasenko, Wen Zhang, Yash B. Joshi, et al. “Computerized Cognitive Training Is Associated with Improved Psychosocial Treatment Engagement in Schizophrenia.” Schizophrenia Research 202 (December 2018): 341–46. View article.
  • Ventura, J, KL Subotnik, D Gretchen-Doorly, L Casaus, M Boucher, A Medalia, MD Bell, GS Hellemann, and KH Nuechterlein. “Cognitive Remediation Can Improve Negative Symptoms and Social Functioning in First-Episode Schizophrenia: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” 17, no. 30614–X (2017): S0920-9964. View article.
  • Vinogradov, S., M. Fisher, C. Holland, W. Shelly, O. Wolkowitz, and S. H Mellon. “Is Serum Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor a Biomarker for Cognitive Enhancement in Schizophrenia?” Biological Psychiatry 66, no. 6 (2009): 549–553.
  • Vinogradov, S., M. Fisher, H. Warm, C. Holland, M. A Kirshner, and B. G Pollock. “The Cognitive Cost of Anticholinergic Burden: Decreased Response to Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia.” American Journal of Psychiatry 166, no. 9 (2009): 1055–62. View article.

Stroke

  • Chen, Chang-Xiang, Rong-Hua Mao, Shu-Xing Li, Ya-Ning Zhao, and Min Zhang. “Effect of Visual Training on Cognitive Function in Stroke Patients.” International Journal of Nursing Sciences 2, no. 4 (2015): 329–333. View article.
  • DeGutis, Joseph M., and Thomas M. Van Vleet. “Tonic and Phasic Alertness Training: A Novel Behavioral Therapy to Improve Spatial and Non-Spatial Attention in Patients with Hemispatial Neglect.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, no. 60 (August 24, 2010): 1–17. View article.
  • Mao, Ronghua, Changxiang Chen, Dan Li, Shuxing Li, and Min Zhang. “Intervention Effect of BrainHQ Visual Training on Depressive Symptom in Patients with Post Stroke Depression.” Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medical Science 24, no. 12 (2015): 1097–99.
  • Mao, Ronghua, and Chen Xiang Long. “Effects of BrainHQ Visual Training on Balance Function in Stroke Patients” 5 (2016): 544–46.
  • Ronghua, Mao, Hao Jun Xi, and Chen Xiang Long. “Effects of BrainHQ Visual Training on Memory Function in Stroke Patients” 3 (2016): 312–15.
  • Van Vleet, Thomas, Paolo Bonato, Eric Fabara, Sawsan Dabit, Sarah-Jane Kim, Christopher Chiu, Antonio Luigi Bisogno, Michael Merzenich, Maurizio Corbetta, and Joseph DeGutis. “Alertness Training Improves Spatial Bias and Functional Ability in Spatial Neglect.” Annals of Neurology, August 2, 2020. View article.
  • Van Vleet, Thomas M., and Joseph M. DeGutis. “Cross-Training in Hemispatial Neglect: Auditory Sustained Attention Training Ameliorates Visual Attention Deficits.” Cortex 49, no. 3 (2013): 679–690. View article.
  • Wang, Jing, Ronghua Mao, Changxiang Chen, Shuxing Li, Min Zhang, and Na Dou. “BrainHQ visual training can improve the memory of stroke survivors.” Chinese Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2016, 576–79.
  • Yeh, Ting-ting, Ku-chou Chang, and Ching-yi Wu. “The Active Ingredient of Cognitive Restoration: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial of Sequential Combination of Aerobic Exercise and Computer-Based Cognitive Training in Stroke Survivors with Cognitive Decline.” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 100, no. 5 (May 1, 2019): 821–27. View article.

Substance Abuse

  • Bell, Morris D., Holly B. Laws, and Ismene B. Petrakis. “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Remediation and Work Therapy in the Early Phase of Substance Use Disorder Recovery for Older Veterans: Neurocognitive and Substance Use Outcomes.” Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 40, no. 1 (2016): 94–102. View article.
  • Bell, Morris D., Bharath Muppala, Andrea J. Weinstein, David Ciosek, Brian Pittman, Ismene Petrakis, and Joanna M. Fiszdon. “Randomized Clinical Trial of Cognitive Remediation Therapy with Work Therapy in the Early Phase of Substance Use Disorder Recovery for Older Veterans: 12-Month Follow-Up.” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 112 (May 1, 2020): 17–22. View article.
  • Bell, Morris D., Nicholas A. Vissicchio, and Andrea J. Weinstein. “Cognitive Training and Work Therapy for the Treatment of Verbal Learning and Memory Deficits in Veterans with Alcohol Use Disorders.” Journal of Dual Diagnosis 12, no. 1 (January 30, 2016): 83–89. View article.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

  • Lebowitz, Matthew S., Kristen Dams-O’Connor, and Joshua B. Cantor. “Feasibility of Computerized Brain Plasticity-Based Cognitive Training after Traumatic Brain Injury.” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development 49, no. 10 (2012): 1547–1556.
  • O’Neil-Pirozzi, Therese, and Henry Hsu. “Feasibility and Benefits of Computerized Cognitive Exercise to Adults with Chronic Moderate-to-Severe Cognitive Impairments Following an Acquired Brain Injury: A Pilot Study” 30, no. 13–14 (2016): 1617–25. View article.
  • Saunders, Gabrielle H., Melissa T. Frederick, Michelle L. Arnold, ShienPei C. Silverman, Theresa H. Chisolm, and Paula J. Myers. “A Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate Approaches to Auditory Rehabilitation for Blast-Exposed Veterans with Normal or near-Normal Hearing Who Report Hearing Problems in Difficult Listening Situations.” Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 29, no. 1 (January 1, 2018): 44–62. View article.
  • Sharma, Bhanu, Jennifer C. Tomaszczyk, Deirdre Dawson, Gary R. Turner, Brenda Colella, and Robin E. A. Green. “Feasibility of Online Self-Administered Cognitive Training in Moderate–Severe Brain Injury.” Disability and Rehabilitation 39, no. 14 (July 3, 2017): 1380–90. View article.
  • Sullivan, Katherine W., Julia E. Quinn, Michael Pramuka, Laura A. Sharkey, and Louis M. French. “Outcomes from a Pilot Study Using Computer-Based Rehabilitative Tools in a Military Population.” Annual Review of Cybertherapy and Telemedicine 2012: Advanced Technologies in the Behavioral, Social and Neurosciences 181 (2012): 71–77.