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NIH Toolbox®: A Digital Assessment System for Neurobehavioral Functioning

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Tuesday, February 01, 2022, 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM
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Julie N. Hook, PhD, MBA, ABPP, Research Associate Professor and the NIH Toolbox® Product Manager at Northwestern University. Digitally administered cognitive tests are increasing in popularity. They can reduce examiner burden and enhance participant engagement because they are typically more colorful and engaging than their paper-and-pencil counterparts. This webinar will present an overview of the rise of digital cognitive assessments and describe specific test construction techniques that allow for brief and psychometrically sound tests (e.g., Computer Adaptive Testing and Item Response Theory). We will briefly review the history and development of the NIH Toolbox, followed by a more in-depth discussion of the four domains (Cognition, Motor, Sensation, and Emotion) of tests included in the NIH Toolbox app. As technology is always advancing, we will conclude with a look into the future directions of NIH Toolbox family of products, including an upcoming release of an infant assessment system incorporating eye-tracking. Julie N. Hook, PhD, MBA, ABPP is a Research Associate Professor and the NIH Toolbox® Product Manager at Northwestern University. She is also board-certified clinical neuropsychologist. Dr. Hook began her career as a clinician, researcher, and educator and has worked in the commercial sector for 10 years. She has been a project manager developing large-scale psychological tests at Psychological Assessment Resources (PAR; Tampa, FL) and led projects focused on combining technology to improve healthcare assessment at Design Interactive (Orlando, FL). In her current role, she contributes to NIH grant-funded research, including work on the Environmental Children’s Health Outcome Study and oversees the NIH Toolbox product portfolio including updates, translations, training, and support materials. 1.5 CE credits will be available to those eligible for this talk.