Professor Wesnes has held a Visiting Professorship at the Division of Psychology at this university for approaching 20 years, and has published over 30 papers with his colleagues on research into the cognitive benefits of a wide range of natural products. CogTrack is currently being used in a number of studies, including a major long-term investigation into the cognitive effects of smoking cessation and the role of e-cigarettes in this process.  


Recently a group of over 130 Psychology students were invited as part of their course to run through the CogTrack tests to gain first-hand experience of how such testing works, and subsequently to review the results to familiarise them with handling and interpreting such data.

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