Memory Assessment and Testing with Computerized Cognitive Screening Tools


A Review of Memory Assessment and Testing Products

New computerized memory screening methods are beginning to move standardized memory health tests into the home and physician’s office. Two important themes are driving the growth in computerized memory assessments:

A $2.1+ Trillion Global Economic Cost of Dementia by 2050. In 2010 the worldwide cost of dementia was estimated at US$604 Billion, and this cost is expected to balloon to US$1.1 Trillion by 2030 and US $2.1 Trillion by 2050. The number of seniors (age 65+) is projected to be over 1.5 billion people by 2050 – dementia rates begin to rise sharply in this population group after age 75. Having reliable, easy to use tools to screen for memory and cognitive impairment will become increasingly important.

Rapid Advances in Technology Platforms. Tablet applications with secure wireless access to “big data” psychometric norms and reports are augmenting, and in some cases replacing traditional pencil and paper cognitive tests.

MyBrainTest has identified and researched a number of validated, computerized memory assessment tools that can be used in home use and health care settings:


A total of 14 companies and computerized cognitive assessment products are detailed in this report, including Baycrest, BrainFx, Cambridge Cognition, Psychology Software tools, and more.


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