Cognitive Function Test


Cognitive Function Test Research Study

Are you between 50-65 years of age and interested in your own and others cognitive health and the prevention of dementia? Are you interested in helping research in this field via an online study?

Click HERE to find out more and access this Food for the Brain funded research study, directed by University College London (UCL)

This test is designed for those aged 50 to 70. It consists of four parts and it will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Once you have started the test it is important that you are not disturbed and that you do not take a break. If you require glasses for computer screen work, please use them.

Please do not worry if you find the later tests difficult. They are designed so that nobody is able to finish all of them. Please take time to read the instructions carefully before starting any part of the test. Please don't be tempted to skip the examples, they will help you to do your best in the test.

The tests are best done full screen on a computer or tablet, such as an iPad. Mobile phone screens are too small and not advised.

If you have done the test already and wish to view your previous results, or enter in your recent homocysteine test result, log onto your account here.

The Cognitive Function Test has been developed by the Food for the Brain foundation as part of our 'Plan B: Positive Action against Alzheimer's' Programme’, working to inform and raise awareness of the important role that nutrition and lifestyle can have in reducing the risk of Alzheimer's disease and cognitive decline. For more information on the charity and the work that we do please click here.