Accurately measure core elements of cognition with a scientifically rigorous cognitive tasks
Fast & convenient
The full assessment (all 12 cognitive tasks) takes only 35-45 minutes, yet produces results comparable to traditional 2-3 hour professionally administered pen and paper psychological tests.
Engaging & enjoyable
Tasks are fast, easy and enjoyable, leading to better better participant compliance, and higher completion rates.
Tasks have been shown in numerous published studies to be extremely sensitive to even minor changes in cognition.
Why You Should Use
Validated & scientifically rigorous cognitive tasks
Tasks are backed by more than 300 peer-reviewed studies over the past 25 years.
Access to normative database
Compare your results to our market-leading normative database of 85,000+ participants, compiled from our larger database of 12 million test scores.
Flexible web-based platform
Easily customize your study online (in the cloud) without tedious hardware or software installations. Plus, you'll always have access to your data online, held securely and never shared publicly.
Better participant compliance
Our highly engaging tasks mean more completions and fewer study dropouts so you get more high quality data in the least amount of time.
Technical support & setup assistance
All researchers are assigned a dedicated account manager and staff scientist to get you up and running as quickly as possible, while ensuring the unique requirements of your study are met.
Grant application assistance
Applying for a grant? Ask us how we can assist with your pilot study and bolster your application with a letter of support from us.
Made by researchers, for researchers
Tasks are based on the pioneering work of Dr. Adrian Owen, the former Canada Excellence Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience and Imaging at the Brain & Mind Institute of Western University, Canada.
Renowned studies using our tasks
Putting Brain Training to the Test
Largest (11,430 participants) & most cited
brain training study ever conducted, with
results published in Nature.
Fractionating Human Intelligence
Largest (44,600 participant) online
intelligence study in history, with results
published in Neuron.
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