Kazazi 2021

Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
Current Status of Trial
Study Aim
Treatment MCI
Study Design
No blinding
Intervention type
Computer-based cognitive training
Dosage and Duration
The intervention group received a 45-min cognitive training session twice a week for 10 sessions, using Attentive Rehabilitation of Attention and Memory (ARAM) software focusing on selective attention and working memory.
Absolute Number of Participants
Health Status/Diagnosis
Healthy Elderly // Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
Main Diagnostic Criteria
≥ 21 in the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) and a clock drawing test score ≥ 4
Country or Countries of Recruitment
Unit of Allocation and/or Setting
Community setting
Key Points
"from fifty-two persons, only one participant was excluded from the study in the intervention group during follow-up. Results revealed by increasing cognitive function, improvement occurred in QoL (F = 13.417, p value < 0.001, partial eta-squared = 0.324) as a primary outcome in the intervention group. Among eight domains of QoL, there was significant increasing in domain of role limitations due to emotional problems (F = 4.007, p value = 0.021, partial eta-squared = 0.059), social functioning (F = 2.423, p value = 0.044, partial eta-squared = 0.004), and role limitations due to physical health (F = 10.749, p value < 0.001, partial eta-squared = 0.026). " Kazazi 2021