The Penn Computerized Neurocognitive Battery is a computerized battery that takes an average of one hour to complete and provides measures of accuracy and speed in nine neurocognitive domains: abstraction/flexibility, attention, working memory, episodic memory, language, spatial, sensorimotor, motor speed, and emotion identification.

Domains Assessed: Cognitive Function, Attention, Abstraction/Flexibility, Working Memory, Episodic Memory, Language, Spatial, Sensorimotor, Motor Speed, and Emotion Identification. Note: The Penn CNP is administered to children and adults ages 6-85 years old.

References: Gur, R.C., et al. (2009). A cognitive neuroscience-based computerized battery for efficient measurement of individual differences: Standardization and initial construct validation. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 187(2010), 254-262.

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