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Computer-assisted assessment refers to the use of a computer, digital tablet, handheld device, or other digital interface instead of a human examiner to administer, score, or interpret behavioral, psychological, or neuropsychological tests. The use of computer-assisted assessment is becoming more widespread in research, in business (e.g., personnel selection, customer satisfaction, and marketing), and in health care settings. It is particularly useful in the clinical evaluation of cognitive and motor performance and has been used widely in the clinical assessment of concussion, mental health disorders, responsiveness to surgical or medical treatment, and mild cognitive impairment or dementia. The field of computer-assisted assessment is quite broad and encompasses computer-aided imaging, the use of mobile devices to collect health behavior data, the use of computerized algorithms that integrate ...

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