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    Our Mission
    We are a nonprofit dedicated to accelerating research
    on the mind and brain by developing research tools that
    directly address the needs of patients and participants.
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    What We Do
    We develop state-of-the-art, digital, open source tools to
    (1) assess cognition and brain health, and
    (2) deliver results directly to participants.

Digital Neuropsychology

We develop web-based, mobile-ready tests of cognition based on the latest research in psychology and neuroscience. These tests are validated using data from tens of thousands of volunteers.

Participant Engagement

We drive engagement by delivering results directly back to patients, students, and research participants through the citizen science research platform, TestMyBrain.org. More than 1.6 million volunteers have been tested through TestMyBrain.org.

Open Access Software

We endeavor to make all of our neuropsychological testing tools open source, so anyone can use these tools to understand brain health, regardless of their personal or institutional resources.

Custom Research Platforms

We work with researchers, educators, and organizations to create custom platforms and testing tools that can be used in large-scale projects and research studies that align with our mission.

Our Unique Approach to Test Development

Our cognitive test development is driven by a steady stream of volunteers and citizen scientists to the research platform, TestMyBrain.org (about 800 new participants per day). This citizen science engine let us develop cognitive tests with some useful characteristics.

All of our tests are:

  • Normed and validated based on large, diverse samples (N = 5,000 to 100,000 per test).
  • Optimized for assessment with unsupervised, remotely-tested participants.
  • Vetted by the volunteers themselves for engagement, clarity, and personal relevance.
  • Broadly compatible across devices and platforms.
The TestMyBrain.org platform has generated some of the largest samples in cognition and perception research, with 1.5 million people tested since 2008.