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A user interface for spatial cognitive assessment using ActiveCube Open Access
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Assessments of spatial, constructional ability are used widely in cognitive research and in clinical diagnosis of disease or injury. Some believe that three-dimensional (3D) forms of these assessments would be particularly sensitive, but difficulties with consistency in administration and scoring have limited their use. We describe a novel computerized user interface for 3D constructional assessment that increases consistency and promises improvements in flexibility, reliability, sensitivity and control. This user interface makes use of ActiveCube, which a user can input 3D shape to the computer in real-time. In testing, the proposal system was sensitive to differences in cognitive ability and task and correlated well to a standard paper-and-pencil 3D spatial assessment.
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Itoh, Y., Sharlin, E., Kitamura, Y., Kishino, F., Watson, B., Sutphen, S., & Liu, L. (2006). A user interface for spatial cognitive assessment using ActiveCube. Journal of the Information Processing Society of Japan. 47(4): 1316-1326.
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