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Computerized Screening Tool for Cognitive Decline


This study will test a computer-based tool for detecting early cognitive decline in older adults during their doctor's visits.

Minimum Age Maximum Age Gender Healthy Volunteers
60 Years 95 Years All Yes
August 8, 2019
May 31, 2021

  • Visual and hearing abilities to complete neuropsychological testing
  • Able to read, write, and understand study and test requirements

  • Significant neurological disease, such as multi-infarct dementia, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, or head trauma
  • History of major depression or other major psychiatric disorder, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
  • History of regularly consuming 5 or more alcoholic drinks per day
  • Montreal Cognitive Assessment score less than 10

Participants will complete the Computer Assessment of Memory and Cognitive Impairment (CAMCI) battery of computerized tasks and other cognitive and clinical assessments. Researchers will measure CAMCI's validity and reliability at baseline and across several measurements over a 2-year period.

Name City State Zip Status Primary Contact
Indiana University
Indianapolis Indiana 46202 Recruiting Karolina Puchalski
Psychology Software Tools
Sharpsburg Pennsylvania 15215 Recruiting Alex Lang
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston Texas 77030 Recruiting Irene Jose
University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia 22904 Recruiting Lisa Opie

Psychology Software Tools, Inc.

  • National Institute on Aging (NIA)

Name Role Affiliation
Amy Eschman, MS Principal Investigator Psychology Software Tools

Name Phone Email
Amy Eschman, MS 412-449-0078
Grants Administration Manager 412-449-0078


CAMCI: Advancing the Use of Computerized Screening in Healthcare