Development and Testing of a Smartphone-Based Cognitive/Neuropsychological Evaluation System for Substance Abusers.

@article{Pal2016DevelopmentAT,
  title={Development and Testing of a Smartphone-Based Cognitive/Neuropsychological Evaluation System for Substance Abusers.},
  author={Reshmi Pal and John E. Mendelson and Odile Clavier and Mathew J Baggott and Jeremy R. Coyle and Gantt P. Galloway},
  journal={Journal of psychoactive drugs},
  year={2016},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={
          288-94
        }
}
INTRODUCTION In methamphetamine (MA) users, drug-induced neurocognitive deficits may help to determine treatment, monitor adherence, and predict relapse. To measure these relationships, we developed an iPhone app (Neurophone) to compare lab and field performance of N-Back, Stop Signal, and Stroop tasks that are sensitive to MA-induced deficits. METHODS Twenty healthy controls and 16 MA-dependent participants performed the tasks in-lab using a validated computerized platform and the Neurophone… CONTINUE READING

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