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Remote Neuropsychological Testing

Remote Neuropsychological Testing

Center of Accessible Neuropsychology is researching how different parts of the brain contribute to cognitive processes such as language, mathematics, learning, and emotions. They ask if there is a relationship between cognitive processes and self-reported medical assessment.

Link to enroll: tinyurl.com/yvh2ttdh

About the Study

Eligible Ataxia Types
Spinocerebellar Ataxia and Cerebellar Degeneration (any subtype)

Type of Study
Research Study

Clinical Trial Phase
N/A

Age Range
Children and Adult 18+

Study Start Date
07/07/2023

Estimated Completion Date
07/07/2025

IRB Approval #
0006500-1

Location(s)

Faculty of Medicine, Center for Accessible Neuropsychology
Remote Study
www.sabcan.sites.tau.ac.il/participate

Contact Information

Dr. William Saban
Email: can@tauex.tau.ac.il

What does participation in the study entail?

The study will be conducted online in coordination with the researchers and can be completed from your computer whenever it is convenient for you. The study involves filling out questionnaire/s and performing short tasks, such as pressing buttons in response to stimuli appearing on the computer screen. These tasks can include solving math equations, pressing keys in a specific order, or choosing if a sequence of letters follows a rule or not.

What are the potential benefits for participants?

We hope that this study will prove beneficial by increasing our knowledge of how cognition is processed in the brain.

What are the potential risks for participants?

There are no risks for participants. This research will not interfere with any medical treatment, nor is there any direct benefit to you.

Is there financial compensation?

Yes. $15/hour

Is there travel reimbursement?

No. Not applicable.

Who is eligible?

Spinocerebellar Ataxia and Cerebellar Degeneration (any subtype)

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Center of Accessible Neuropsychology is researching how different parts of the brain contribute to cognitive processes such as language, mathematics, learning, and emotions. They ask if there is a relationship between cognitive processes and self-reported medical assessment.

Link to enroll: tinyurl.com/yvh2ttdh

About the Study

Eligible Ataxia Types
Spinocerebellar Ataxia and Cerebellar Degeneration (any subtype)

Type of Study
Research Study

Clinical Trial Phase
N/A

Age Range
Children and Adult 18+

Study Start Date
07/07/2023

Estimated Completion Date
07/07/2025

IRB Approval #
0006500-1

Location(s)

Faculty of Medicine, Center for Accessible Neuropsychology
Remote Study
www.sabcan.sites.tau.ac.il/participate

Contact Information

Dr. William Saban
Email: can@tauex.tau.ac.il

What does participation in the study entail?

The study will be conducted online in coordination with the researchers and can be completed from your computer whenever it is convenient for you. The study involves filling out questionnaire/s and performing short tasks, such as pressing buttons in response to stimuli appearing on the computer screen. These tasks can include solving math equations, pressing keys in a specific order, or choosing if a sequence of letters follows a rule or not.

What are the potential benefits for participants?

We hope that this study will prove beneficial by increasing our knowledge of how cognition is processed in the brain.

What are the potential risks for participants?

There are no risks for participants. This research will not interfere with any medical treatment, nor is there any direct benefit to you.

Is there financial compensation?

Yes. $15/hour

Is there travel reimbursement?

No. Not applicable.

Who is eligible?

Spinocerebellar Ataxia and Cerebellar Degeneration (any subtype)

View Other Research Opportunities

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