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REACH 2.0 study test how well adults with Chemotherapy Related Cognitive Impairment (CRCI) are able to complete a computerized program designed to improve certain types of "thinking" skills that are important for daily life functioning. If you like to join our study, click on the listed button

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The purpose of the study is to test how well adults with memory problems are able to complete a computerized program designed to improve certain types of "thinking" skills that are important for daily life functioning.  This intervention has been shown to improve both cognitive skills and mood in older adults with depression, and our hope is that it will have similar positive effects in those with older adults with memory issues or MCI. If you like our study, click on the listed button

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Laboratory of Affective and Cognitive Imaging (LACI)

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Warren D Taylor, MD, MHSc, James G. Blakemore Professor of Psychiatry, Director of (LACI) lab

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