Cognitive Assessment Research

Cognitive assessment is the use of testing to evaluate performance across a variety of cognitive constructs and skills.  The primary research activity in this area of the institute is the ongoing collection of validity and reliability evidence for the Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills as well as ancillary instruments used in the cognitive training field.

Recent Cognitive Assessment Projects

Moore, A.L., & Ledbetter, C. (2017, August). Beyond Attention: Memory and Processing Speed Deficits Dominate Cognitive Profiles in ADHD Across the Lifespan. Presented at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.  Link to presentation

Initial Validation and Standardization of the revised Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills (Digital Version 2.0) Link to Technical Manual

Moore, A.L., & Miller, T.M. (2017). Reliability and validity of the revised Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills, a computer-based test battery for assessing cognition across the lifespan.  Manuscript in peer review.

Current Cognitive Assessment Projects

Pilot testing of the clinical interactive version of The Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills (Interactive Digital Version 2.0)

 

**Invitation to researchers: We encourage the continued study of the revised Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills to assess validity and reliability with different populations.  We offer the test at no cost to researchers who include a plan for publication in their research proposal to us.  If you are interested in using the test in your research, or if you’d like to conduct a study to assess validity and reliability of the test with a specific population, please contact us.

 

Link to our Cognitive Training Research page