The Cognivue cognitive psychophysical approach presents sensory signals to activate the perceptual and memory functions of various brain systems. Plus, it provides consistent rotatory response tasks to normalize the influence of top-down control signals.
This combination of approaches provides the opportunity to measure the perceptual and memory functional abilities across select, specific functional domains.
Cognivue manipulates the strength of the bottom-up signals to quantify domain-specific perceptual processing abilities. And superimposes an interfering mask stimuli of varying durations to quantify domain-specific memory processing abilities.
Summary of Clinical Research Related to the Development of Cognivue
More than 20 scientific references and brief summaries of research on clinical populations that included the cognitive psychophysical approach and contributed to the experimental foundations of Cognivue technology can be found below: