Published on in Vol 24, No 10 (2022): October

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Effectiveness of Computerized Cognitive Training in Delaying Cognitive Function Decline in People With Mild Cognitive Impairment: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Effectiveness of Computerized Cognitive Training in Delaying Cognitive Function Decline in People With Mild Cognitive Impairment: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Effectiveness of Computerized Cognitive Training in Delaying Cognitive Function Decline in People With Mild Cognitive Impairment: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Journals

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  2. Bernini S, Panzarasa S, Quaglini S, Costa A, Picascia M, Cappa S, Cerami C, Tassorelli C, Vecchi T, Bottiroli S. HomeCoRe system for telerehabilitation in individuals at risk of dementia: A usability and user experience study. Frontiers in Medicine 2023;10 View
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  4. Stasolla F, Di Gioia M. Combining reinforcement learning and virtual reality in mild neurocognitive impairment: a new usability assessment on patients and caregivers. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2023;15 View
  5. Lee J, Kim J, Park A, Hong R, Ko M, Heo M, Kim H, Chung J, Jia J. Efficacy of a Mobile-Based Multidomain Intervention to Improve Cognitive Function and Health-Related Outcomes Among Older Korean Adults with Subjective Cognitive Decline. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2023;93(4):1551 View
  6. Park J, Choi S, Kim J, Park Y, Kim C, Cho G, Koh S, Kang S. Effect of Tablet-based Cognitive Intervention on Cognition in Patients With Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Pilot Study. Dementia and Neurocognitive Disorders 2023;22(4):130 View
  7. Nieto-Vieites A, Mallo S, Pérez-Blanco L, Felpete-López A, Lojo-Seoane C, Facal D, Juncos-Rabadán O, Pereiro A. A narrative video game for adults with subjective and objective cognitive impairment. Design and preliminary results on user-interaction and efficacy. Behaviour & Information Technology 2023:1 View
  8. Verhülsdonk S, Bohn C, Neyer N, Supprian T, Christl J, Kalbe E, Folkerts A. Training cognition in older male prisoners: lessons learned from a feasibility study. Health & Justice 2023;11(1) View
  9. Gil-Peinado M, Alacreu M, Ramos H, Sendra-Lillo J, García C, García-Lluch G, Lopez de Coca T, Sala M, Moreno L. The A-to-Z factors associated with cognitive impairment. Results of the DeCo study. Frontiers in Psychology 2023;14 View
  10. Aurelian S, Ciobanu A, Cărare R, Stoica S, Anghelescu A, Ciobanu V, Onose G, Munteanu C, Popescu C, Andone I, Spînu A, Firan C, Cazacu I, Trandafir A, Băilă M, Postoiu R, Zamfirescu A. Topical Cellular/Tissue and Molecular Aspects Regarding Nonpharmacological Interventions in Alzheimer’s Disease—A Systematic Review. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2023;24(22):16533 View
  11. Chun M, Hong Y, Kim G, Jang J, Shim Y, Jeong J, Choi S. Cognitive Effects of Information and Communication Technology-Based Interventions in Older Individuals With Cognitive Impairments: A Systematic Review. Journal of Cognitive Intervention and Digital Health 2023;2(2):56 View
  12. Lee P, Huang C, Chen Y, Chang H, Cheng C, Lin Y, Lin C. Enhancing Cognitive Function in Older Adults through Processing Speed Training: Implications for Cognitive Health Awareness. Healthcare 2024;12(5):532 View