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Association between the Computerized Neurocognitive Function Test, Computer Experience, and Satisfaction in the Elderly

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  • 문종훈 (국립재활원 재활연구소 건강보건연구과) ;
  • 양승범 (원광보건대학교 의무부사관과) ;
  • 전민재 (국립재활원 재활연구소 건강보건연구과)
  • Received : 2019.07.25
  • Accepted : 2019.09.02
  • Published : 2019.09.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between the neurocognitive function test (CN Test), computer experience, and satisfaction in the elderly. We recruited 52 healthy elderly persons (25 males and 27 females) for this study. The subjects did the CN Test (accuracy, response time) and evaluated their computer experience and satisfaction with the CN Test. We used the independent t test and Pearson correlations for statistical analysis. The elderly without computer experience were older than the elderly with computer experience (p < .05) and education level was lower (p < .05). The elderly with computer experience were higher the satisfaction than the elderly without computer experience, the CN Test was more accurate, and response time was faster (p < .05). In the correlation analysis, the higher the age and the lower the education level, the lower the accuracy of the CN Test and the faster the response time (p < .05). Satisfaction was negatively correlated with age, and was statistically correlated with education level (p < .05). The satisfaction level with the CN Test by the elderly has a moderate relationship with the level of education and computer experience.

Keywords

Cognition;Computer;Elderly;Satisfaction

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