Digital Markers of Cognition Across the Spectrum of Preclinical Cognitive Impairment to Dementia

The identification of early markers of cognitive impairment are needed to allow for timely diagnosis and greater opportunity for intervention. The goal of this project is to investigate the association of digitally captured neuropsychological test performance (via digital voice recorders and digital pens) with traditional test measures, dementia status, and neuroimaging markers in a healthy aging cohort. This has the potential to establish digital metrics as a sensitive measure of cognitive change in individuals with and without dementia leading to earlier detection and therefore earlier treatment of underlying brain pathology.