The BLT focus is on practical applications of well proven brain testing technology. Students and scientists have found our tests useful for a variety of purposes in clinical trials. For example, at the University of Toronto students are using the basic BLT alertness test in measuring the effects of caffeine on human subjects.
BLT own studies on the effects of sleep deprivation are available.
The Alertometer App by itself is interesting and useful but its full power is only evident when it is linked to a group account. Creating a group account is easy and inexpensive, the App itself is now free. The account link is on the www.alertometer.com home page. Just click on the ACCOUNT menu selection here: Read more
The new Alertometer App has been published and is already in use around the world. We have made a lot of improvements. The App is now free for individual users! Letting individual users register for free makes it easier for group managers to add users to their net. We will continue to charge for group Read more
We have updated the software for the Alertometer App. A number of new features requested by customers have been added. For example, it is now possible to download user data directly to Excel. Account numbering and security has been improved. This is an incremental but important update that will offer customers more flexibility and better Read more
Till Roennberg’s new book Internal Time has some fascinating insights into the way our bodies keep track of time. Many of these ideas apply to ordinary work day situations that we all experience. It is important that we understand how the biological clock works and how it differs from individual to individual. This is especially Read more
Cognitive screening is gradually rising in public and government consciousness as something that makes sense. It should be done annually after 65. And it should be under user control. This is why at Cogolog we are promoting a system that allows our users to share their data with their doctors when and if they wish Read more