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MicroCog: Assessment of Cognitive Functioning | Windows Edition 2004

MicroCog for Windows

MicroCog™: Assessment of Cognitive Functioning Windows® Edition 2004 (MicroCog™ for Windows®) is an automated neuropsychological battery developed for clinical practice.

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  • MicroCog - Complete Kit
    0158008618 Qualification Level C

    Complete Kit Includes CD-ROM Windows® software with booklet insert, Manual/Installation Guide, and 10 Report Credits

    In stock $232.20

  • Upgrade Kit (from DOS Version to Windows Version)
    0158008626 Qualification Level C

    Includes CD-ROM Windows® software with booklet insert, Manual/Installation Guide, and 10 Report Credits

    In stock $116.10

  • MicroCog - Report Credits - 10 Credits
    0158008227 Qualification Level C

    In stock $147.90

  • MicroCog - Report Credits - 25 Credits
    0158008235 Qualification Level C

    In stock $316.80

  • MicroCog - Report Credits - 100 Credits
    0158008243 Qualification Level C

    In stock $1,034.80

Overview

Age range:
18 to 89 years
Publication date:
2004
Qualification level:
C
Completion time:
Standard form: 60 to 90 minutes; Short form: 30 to 45 minutes
Forms:
Two: Standard and Short
Norms:
Nationally normed on a representative sample of 810 adults ages 18-89; age-specific norms for nine age groups; education level adjusted norms.

Product Details

The first automated neuropsychological battery developed for clinical practice, MicroCog for Windows targets specific concerns of cognitive impairment in adults.

Benefits

  • Screen for dementia, Alzheimer's, and driving fitness.
  • Evaluate airline pilots.
  • Test neurological function of athletes pre- and post- injury.
  • Assess pre-operatively to measure postoperative effects.
  • Inform pharmaceutical testing and other research.
  • Nationally normed on a representative sample of 810 adults. Extensive validity information is based on studies of various clinical groups, including those with reading disabilities, epilepsy, depression, dementia, schizophrenia, alcoholism, head injury, and lupus.

Features

This computer administered battery tests individuals with 18 subtests that contribute to summary scores for nine interrelated cognitive areas:

  • Attention/Mental Control
  • Memory
  • Spatial Processing
  • Reasoning/Calculation
  • Reaction Time
  • Information Processing Accuracy
  • Information Processing Speed
  • Cognitive Functioning
  • Cognitive Proficiency