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Attentive Profile

We offer four reports, the MOXO d-CPT report is the built-in stand report automatically generated at the end of each MOXO test. Additionally, we offer three reports that can be purchased on our system: The Treatment Evaluation Report, for comparing two interpreted reports at once. The Attentional Age report is a great tool for clinicians needing to explain age gaps to parents of children aged 7-12. The Comparative report lets you compare up to four reports on a single screen.

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How to Read a MOXO™ d-CPT Report

The MOXO test assesses patients’ attentiveness performance by testing four different indices: Attentiveness, Timeliness, Hyper-Reactivity and Impulsiveness. Each report generated is related to all four indices, which allows creating a comprehensive attentive-cognitive profile

Attentiveness

Attentiveness reflects the patient’s ability to locate, evaluate, and respond to a stimulus correctly according to the task’s requirements. Problems in this area reflect the patient’s inability to pay attentiveness to their environment or to specific details when required to do so.

To a bystander, an inattentive person might seem somewhat unfocused and detached. Such patients might suffer from difficulties in keeping track with what the teachers say in class, comprehending complex instructions, keeping track of small changes in the environment, avoiding calculation errors and more.

Timeliness

Timeliness reflects the ability to respond correctly within the time allotted for the task. While a person with timing issues may be able to evaluate their environment correctly, they may falter when asked to react in a timely manner to environmental changes Examples of this are performing tasks requiring a quick and immediate response, as well as staying on schedule. Such tasks might include answering questions under time pressure (even when the material is familiar).

Timing problems display similar characteristics to attention problems. A time gap is formed when attempting to perform a task to completion. Since it is difficult to keep track, a gap in the (study) material is formed. As the task continues, this gap increases until eventually people faced with this type of difficulty lose a sense of continuity along with their ability to stay on top of the task.

Impulsiveness

Impulsiveness is the tendency to respond at a point in time which is defined as ‘forbidden’. A person with a tendency to be impulsive might act without considering the situation at hand or the possible outcomes of such behavior. Such conduct can take place even when a person fully understands the more problematic and undesirable outcomes of impulsive behavior. In many cases, impulsiveness might cause people to trigger monitoring processes only after their initial response. Typical features of impulsiveness include difficulty in waiting for a turn or engaging in dangerous behavior without considering the consequences.

Hyper-Reactivity

Hyper-Reactivity is difficulty in efficient regulation of motoric output and in refraining from unnecessary or undesirable actions (movement, over talking etc.). In other words, Hyper-Reactive behavior will be accompanied by excessive responses that are defined as incorrect and unwanted. Often people who exhibit Hyper-Reactivity are aware of the undesirable outcomes of their behavior and yet they still face the difficult challenge of abstaining from such actions.

How to read this report?

Here is a clip explaining where and how each index is measured. It describes the different sections of the test and how the distractors appear in the test.

Built in Comprehensive MOXO d-CPT report

The test results output includes four sections. The Norm Comparison Chart, The time-Distractor Effect Graph and the Standardized Performance Summary and the Automated Observation Findings Summary.

The Norm Comparison Chart presents the patient’s performance level in relation to the norm group (reflecting the corresponding age and gender of the patient) for each index.  
The Time Distractor Effect Graph clearly maps the patient’s performance throughout the test and indicates the points at which different distractors were introduced. The graph enables patient’s performance in different situations to be effectively tested and compared by reflecting the varying factors that affect a person with ADHD over time. 
The performance Summary shows the result in comparison to the base line. The final section is dedicated to the tests finding.

Norm Comparison Chart

Norm comparison image

The Patient Profile presents the patient’s performance level in relation to the norm group (reflecting the corresponding age and gender of the patient) for each index. A standard score is calculated for each index and categorized into one out of four possible performance levels. A score of -1.65 or below indicates performance below the norm range and is categorized as performance level 4  marked with the color red.

The Severity Table will specify the severity of the patient’s performance impairment. Only indices for which performance deviated from the norm range from level -4, the darker the red color is, the more severe the finding is.

Examining the patient’s attentiveness profile in relation to the peer group helps shed light on any deviation in performance, thus exposing symptoms of ADHD that may require clinical intervention.

Time Distractor Effect

This graph serves as a very clear visual tool in explaining patient’s cognitive performance and reaction to the visual and auditory distractors at each stage of the test, which in turn will help in making the explanation of the test results that much clearer to the patient.

This section is followed by a summary of the performance analysis tables, allowing clinicians to see how patients reacted to each distractor over time and on each of the different indices.

Standardized Norm Comparison

standardized comparative graph

This section shows the performance vs. the standardized performance range graph. The standardized range provides a visual description of the individual performance compared to the general population for each of the four indices.

The gray area is the standardized norm of the general population . The dotted grey line is the average  standard deviation , while the top and bottom of the grey area show the maximum and minimum standard deviations.

Observation Findings

The MOXO Observation Findings have been designed with the purpose of saving valuable time on your behalf, eliminating the need to interpret the results yourself, and spending considerable time writing a report.

The interpretation is twofold. The clinician will get a customized interpretation of the patient’s performance on each index and a summary of all the findings of the test.

Additional Reports

Each report was developed to meet the needs of our clinicians.

The following three reports can be purchased separately in our MOXO system after logging in. The Advanced Development Age Report will only be available for MOXO Kids tests. The reports can be purchased retroactively and displayed for selected tests from the personal area within the system.

The Treatment Evaluation Report

The Treatment Evaluation Report  has the potential to dramatically make your life easier. It includes Norm comparison graph that compares the Z scores of 2 administered tests. Including differences summary. It also contains all the information of the comprehensive MOXO d-CPT report with the addition of a comparative summary.

Norm Comparison Chart

Two tests results are displayed side by side on the before and after test. The Patient Profile presents the patient’s performance level in relation to the norm group (reflecting the corresponding age and gender of the patient) for each index.  A score of -1.65 or below indicates performance below the norm range and is categorized as performance level 4  marked with the color red.

The Severity Table will specify the severity of the patient’s performance impairment. Only indices for which performance deviated from the norm range from level -4, the darker the red color is, the more severe the finding is.

Examining the patient’s attentiveness profile in relation to the peer group helps shed light on any deviation in performance, thus exposing symptoms of ADHD that may require clinical intervention.

Time Distractor Effect

Two pages are dedicated to show the time performance graph of both the first and the second test. This graph serves as a very clear visual tool in explaining patient’s cognitive performance and reaction to the visual and auditory distractors at each stage of the test, which in turn will help in making the explanation of the test results that much clearer to the patient.

This section is followed by a summary of the performance analysis tables, allowing clinicians to see how patients reacted to each distractor over time and on each of the different indices.

Standardized Norm Comparison

norm and standard deviation chart MOXO CPT

This section shows the performance vs. the standardized performance range graph. The standardized range provides a visual description of the individual performance compared to the general population for each of the four indices. Each index has a dedicated page depicting both the first and second test in the same graph.

The gray area is the standardized norm of the general population . The dotted grey line is the average  standard deviation , while the top and bottom of the grey area show the maximum and minimum standard deviations.

Observation Findings

icon off changes of results in MOXO CPT graph

The MOXO Observation Findings have been designed with the purpose of saving valuable time on your behalf, eliminating the need to interpret the results yourself, and spending considerable time writing a report.

The interpretation is twofold. The clinician will get a customized interpretation of the patient’s performance on each index and a summary of all the findings of the test.

Advanced Child Attentional Report

This report allows the clinician to see more in depth to the child’s attentive portfolio and introduces a picture of the child’s results in concepts such as matching age.

This makes it easier for clinicians to show the difference of the child’s performance in terms of the chronological age.

Moxo time effect graph

Advanced Comparative Report

This report has two main benefits. It provides a clear way of demonstrating and enabling clinicians to see the testing treatment efficacy and monitoring. it enables to monitor the patient across different interventions. It enables the clinicians to see up to four different MOXO test on a single screen, allowing to see comparison and changes simply and quickly between tests.

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