The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a working-memory program to improve the cognitive status of people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Given the increasing use of technology in modern-day society, further research is required to provide evidence supporting working-memory training devices that are easily accessible for people with memory deficits.
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Originally published as Ng, K., Kou, J., Lyons, P., Lam, Y., Ortega, A., & Li, K. (2018). Critically Appraised Paper for “Randomized controlled trial of physical activity, cognition, and walking in multiple sclerosis.” Journal of Neurology, 261(2), 363-372. Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association, Evidence-Based Practice Project.
Chaffee, Erin; Duong, Ty; Gothelf, Kaylee; Minor, Emily; and Li, Kitsum, "Critically Appraised Paper for “Adaptive vs. non-adaptive cognitive training by means of a personalized App: A randomized trial in people with multiple sclerosis.”" (2018). Occupational Therapy | Critically Appraised Papers Series. 27.