Access the latest webinar about the NeuroCatch® Platform and its impact on the neuro-health and neuro-tech community.
Advances in Cognitive Function Evaluation
Outside the Lab
The world has been searching for an objective point-of-care measure of brain function. With the NeuroCatch® Platform, there is an opportunity to learn about the potential and future impacts that objective cognitive evaluations can have on brain health.
This event was a panelist webinar with some of the most experienced neuroscientists across North America, all with multiple levels of expertise in the brain injury and concussion field.
Each panelist, who utilizes the NeuroCatch® Platform within their brain specialization, discussed how they leverage NeuroCatch® in their research to acquire objective point-of-care evaluations of brain function.
This series was hosted by WaterCooler Neuroscience, a podcast network that talks about the brain the way scientists want to.
Unique to the NeuroCatch® Platform is the evidence-based method to stimulate specific brain responses involved in cognition. Using a rapid 6-minute simple auditory sequence of basic tones and word pairs it is possible to reliably evaluate the speed and size of these standard brain responses within an individual.
The results from the NeuroCatch® Platform are easy-to-use and immediate. They take complex neuroscience and translate it into simple brain health results. The clinical report is anchored by an intuitive graphic of cognitive brain health. Detailed results on the speed and size of the three different brain responses make up the ABCs of NeuroCatch® Platform (below). The ABCs incorporate a standardized normative framework in which to evaluate individual results.
- Auditory Sensation [N100]
- Basic Attention [P300]
- Cognitive Processing [N400]
A summary report is generated describing the latency and amplitude of each ERP.
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