Fig. 2: Improvement in cognitive control performance and self-reported cognitive control symptoms following 4 weeks of the EVO intervention. | Translational Psychiatry

Fig. 2: Improvement in cognitive control performance and self-reported cognitive control symptoms following 4 weeks of the EVO intervention.

From: A digital intervention targeting cognitive control network dysfunction in middle age and older adults with major depression

Fig. 2

a Change in mean response time (RT) from pre- to post-EVO on the Ignore Distractor condition of the AID task, a measure of working memory. (Pre-EVO: M = 1141.50 ms (321.23); post-EVO: M = 920.98 ms (214.39); pre vs. Post: t(29) = 5.92, p < 0.001). b Change in mean RT from pre- to post-EVO on the Sustained Attention condition of the CPT. (Pre-EVO: M = 1069.38 ms (261.25); Post-EVO: M = 886.67 ms (204.19); pre vs. Post: t(29) = 5.00, p < 0.001). c Change in score from pre- to post-EVO on the Apathy Subscale score of the FrSBe self-report scale. (Pre-EVO: M = 42.30 (7.13); Post-EVO: M = 36.03 (8.01); pre vs. post: t(29) = 5.82, p < 0.001).

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