The MonCog Project
Developing technologies to personalise treatments for OCD and addictions
Traditional neuropsychological approaches to assessment are inadequate at capturing the key cognitive and clinical attributes across mental and substance use disorders. The growing enthusiasm for more scalable e-health tools, together with the accessibility of app-based technologies (eg, smartphones, tablets), have provided a unique opportunity for the development of a next generation of assessment tools. The Monitoring Cognition (‘MonCog’) Project aims to develop a one-of-a-kind electronic battery with industry partners (Torus Games, Cogstate), which is informed by neuroscience, engaging, and clinically useful for the assessment and monitoring of individuals across the spectrum of impulsive-compulsive disorders.
This research program will involve the;