[CaBSSem] Cognition & Brain Sciences Seminar: Fri Nov 24, Jonathan Rush (UVic)

Jordana Wynn jordwynn at uvic.ca
Mon Nov 20 08:47:09 PST 2023


The Cognition and Brain Science Seminar (CaBSSem) next meets this Friday at 3:00pm in the Psychology Reading Room (Cornett A228) featuring Jonathan Rush (UVic) speaking on "Mobile Cognitive Assessments to Capture Daily Variation and Change in Health and Cognitive Functioning" (abstract below).

Many attend FTF, but we also livestream sessions at

https://uvic.zoom.us/j/81257812980?pwd=VndFY3hueDA2cWl0SXljK0ZSYVhxdz09

For students/faculty at UVic, best practice is to launch the Zoom app and then click "Sign in with SSO" so that you access the call from the UVic Zoom.

Schedule at https://www.wynnlab.org/cabssem

Hope to see you Friday!


Mobile Cognitive Assessments to Capture Daily Variation and Change in Health and Cognitive Functioning

There is a need for assessment approaches that can be deployed remotely to measure cognitive outcomes in clinical trials and longitudinal aging cohorts. Traditional widely-spaced longitudinal designs and diagnostic methods tend to be expensive, lack sensitivity to subtle changes in cognition over time, and may be influenced by state factors (e.g., stress, sleep, mood). Mobile devices (i.e., smartphone/tablet) provide a cost-effective opportunity to capture more frequent ongoing assessments of health and cognition throughout daily life. This talk will highlight the benefits and challenges of using mobile assessments to capture change and variation in cognitive performance across multiple timescales. Empirical examples from two intensive longitudinal studies will be used to illustrate the co-occurrence of daily fluctuations in health and cognition.



Jordana Wynn, Ph.D
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
University of Victoria

Pronouns: She/ Her

I acknowledge and respect the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.
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