Digital visual continous performance test in case of attention and impulse control disorder
A computer-controlled Visual Continuous Performance Test (VCP) is used for the diagnostics of attention and impulse control disorders. The test requires responses to visual stimuli that occur at different intervals. Periods of high and low frequency sequence alternate in order to evaluate the performance under different circumstances.
The VCP test is a computer-assisted concentration and stress test that determines the performance and accuracy index within 20 minutes in over 600 different moderately and highly challenging situations. In particular, this test aims to evaluate selective attention, constant attention, and impulsive behavior. This test provides information on the speed and consistency of mental performance, as well as attention and impulse control.