Computerized cognitive training: cognitive outcomes and functional connectivity

Takeaway

  • Cognitive function and functional brain connectivity temporarily improved in those with vascular cognitive impairment no dementia (VCIND) who used computerized cognitive training.

Why this matters

  • The correlation between improved cognition and functional connectivity following cognitive training indicates biomarkers are appropriate to incorporate in future trials investigating cognitive training.

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