Oxford Cognitive Screen
My research focuses on developing computerised cognitive assessments, such as The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS) and more recently OCS-BRIDGE, for diagnosing impairments in all cognitive domains (memory, language, attention, executive functions, number processing) following a stroke.
Furthermore, I work on the diagnosis of mild and subjective cognitive impairment (MCI and SCI).
On a large scale, my research is useful for informing multi-disciplinary teams in clinical settings and providing adequate and cost-effective diagnosis for stroke survivors and dementia patients.
The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS): Validation of a stroke-specific short cognitive screening tool
Demeyere N. et al, (2015), Psychological Assessment, 27, 883 - 894
The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS): validation of a stroke-specific short cognitive screening tool.
Demeyere N. et al, (2015), Psychol Assess, 27, 883 - 894