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The effect of cognitive computer training in active older adults

Karin Bakračevič, Veronika Horvat, Vojko Kavčič & Anja Knez

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Abstract: Ageing of population and related cognitive decline have contributed to an increased interest in cognitive computer training as one of options for maintaining cognitive abilities. Our research was aimed at verifying how cognitive computer training affected cognitive abilities as well as how it was connected with initial cognitive abilities and life satisfaction of active older adults. The research comprised 46 subjects of whom 25 received cognitive computer training and the remainder were assigned to a passive control group. Before and after the intervention, both groups were tested with a test battery which consisted of a demographic questionnaire and objective tests of cognitive abilities. The outcomes showed a statistically significant effects of cognitive computer training on visuospatial abilities and attention, as well as on short-term memory and working memory. However, there was no notable difference in verbal domain, as had been anticipated. We have also noticed profound effects of cognitive computer training on individuals with lower cognitive abilities in visuo-spatial domain, short-term memory, verbal fluency and information processing speed.

Keywords: cognitive computer training, active older adults, cognitive abilities, life satisfaction


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Bakračevič, K., Horvat, V., Kavčič, V., & Knez, A. (2021). Učinek kognitivnega računalniškega treninga pri aktivnih starejših odraslih [The effect of cognitive computer training in active older adults]. Psihološka obzorja, 30, 34–46. https://doi.org/10.20419/2021.30.538


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