Long-Term Efficacy of Computerized Cognitive Training Among Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Single-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial.

@article{Conklin2016LongTermEO,
  title={Long-Term Efficacy of Computerized Cognitive Training Among Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Single-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial.},
  author={Heather M Conklin and Jason M. Ashford and Kellie N. Clark and Karen M Martin-Elbahesh and Kristina K. Hardy and Thomas E. Merchant and Robert J. Ogg and S. C. Jeha and Lu Huang and Hui Zhang},
  journal={Journal of pediatric psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={
          220-231
        }
}
Objective To investigate the long-term efficacy of computerized cognitive training in improving cognitive outcomes among childhood cancer survivors. Methods Sixty-eight survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) or brain tumor (BT) were randomly assigned to computerized cognitive intervention (23 ALL/11 BT, age = 12.21 ± 2.47) or a waitlist control group (24 ALL/10 BT, age = 11.82 ± 2.42). Cognitive assessments were completed pre-, immediately post-, and 6 months… CONTINUE READING
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