Mindmore tests are well-known neuropsychological tests used in clinical and research context for decades
Wilhelm Wundt psychology laboratory, Leipzig Germany 1879.
Neuropsychologists around the world are using the tests Mindmore chose to digitise in their clinics. The sensitivity of the included tests to different disorders has been studied extensively [2,3]. For example, performance on the Trail Making Test (TMT  part B in elderly is linked to problems with complex activities of daily living , while in younger people it can be an indication for or a symptom of depression  or chronic stress [7,8].
Neuropsychological Assessment (Lezak et al., 2012) 
Review of cognitive tests sensitive to job burnout (Deligkaris et al., 2014) 
Using the Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test (RAVLT) to differentiate Alzheimer's dementia and behavioural variant fronto-temporal dementia (Ricci et al., 2012) 
A popular tool in research
The tests in the Mindmore platform are included in diverse research collaborations due to its facility of use: tests are easy to administer, Mindmore offers automatic scoring and standardisation, and immediate access to the collected data. The traditional tests selected to be digitised for Mindmore have been tested and tried by researchers for decades - now these findings are being replicated and added to by the researchers of our time who chose to use Mindmore in their research.
Platform specific normative data
Mindmore offers its own normative data base populated by >1000 healthy adults. High quality normative data is essential for test interpretation [3,21,22]. Sophisticated regression-based normative models [23,24] are implemented in the Mindmore result portal . Each patient is compared to their expected test score based on their age (range 18 to 90 years), sex, level of education, and input method.
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Swedish normative data for Mindmore: A comprehensive screening battery, both digital and self-administrated (Van den Hurk et al., 2022) 
Norms matter: U.S. normative data under-estimate cognitive deficits in Norwegians with schizophrenia spectrum disorders (Raudeberg et al., 2019) 
Examples of normative models
Tests are carefully adapted for self-administration on a digital platform
Mindmore modernises test administration while retaining the strengths and evidence associated with the content of traditional tests [14–16]. The digital platform leads patients through the tests using original instructions and feedback. Clinicians have access to all traditional test scores such number of correct responses, manually corrected audio transcripts for the verbal fluency test , as well as index, interference and, congruent and incongruent round scores for the Stroop test [3,18] - plus a few more.
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Mindmore concurrent validity study (Björngrim et al., 2019) 
Mindmore psychometric properties (Van den Hurk et al., 2021) 
The technology crisis in neuropsychology (Miller & Barr, 2017) 
The research team at Mindmore
Clinical & research specialist
Wobbie van den Hurk
MSc, Ph.D. candidate
Head of Research
Ludwig Franke Föyen
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Articles and references
Read our publications in Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society and Frontiers in Psychology.