Training Effects of Eye Movement on Improving Basic Cognitive Ability of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) Patients and Normal Aging (NA) People

Training Effects of Eye Movement on Improving Basic Cognitive Ability of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) Patients and Normal Aging (NA) People

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Author(s): Yuanyuan Zhang, Yanchao Sun, Xiuyan Li, Kang Cheng

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2091 11 40 47-50 Volume 8 - Jun 2019

Abstract

Object: To explore training effects of eye movement on improving basic cognitive ability of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) patients and normal aging (NA) people. Methods: In this study, patients with light degree of MCI and NA people of 60 - 75 years old were recruited as subjects; a test scale technique of basic recognition ability was applied; matching groups were designed with transverse and longitudinal comparisons; before and after experiments, the groups of the sensory integration training and control were respectively tested with the basic recognition ability; then all measured data were statistically processed. Result: Eye movement training can effectively improve the basic recognition ability of MCI patients and NA people. Conclusion: The sensory integration training plays an important role in improving the cognitive ability of MCI patients and NA people.

Keywords

Sensory Integration Training, Transverse, Longitudinal Comparison, Elderly, Senior, Control Group

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