FePsy – ‘The Iron Psyche’ – is a system for automated (neuro)psychological testing.
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FePsy ‘The Iron Psyche’ is a system for automated neuropsychological testing. It contains a set of highly sensitive computerized tests for cognitive neuropsychological functions and a relational database system for storage of the results.
Fepsy includes a subset of tests which has proved to be an excellent method for the measurement of side effects of drugs (Epilepsy, Cancer, HIV) or the assessment of cognitive performance (Parkinson, Schizophrenia, Diabetes).
Fepsy is a powerful computerized neuropsychological battery, covering arousal, short term memory, mental speed, vigilance, a new universal naming task as well as some questionnaires. It runs on every modern PC. Use of a touch screen is an option. Fepsy is available in 21 languages.
It is built around a uniquely powerful database. Flexible usage of translation of results into Statistical or Database programs. Fepsy easily connects to the EEG to analyze simultaneous EEG signals and psychological performance.
This task is constructed according to principles of the original Corsi Block Tapping. The computerized version was designed by Aarts and Binnie in order to generate TCI’s (Transient…
This test has been described by Goldstein et al. in 1973 as a successful instrument for discriminating brain damage from normal and psychiatric populations. DeMita & Johnson developed…