Sensors arranged on a chair on which a subject is seated detect a physical characteristic of the subject during administration of a cognitive health assessment. An assessment processor coupled to the sensors executes computer-executable instructions causing the processor to determine a contemporaneous reaction corresponding to each of the questions as a function of the detected physical characteristic. And the subject is assigned a cognitive health assessment score based on the subject's answers and determined reactions.
D. De et al., "Sensor System and Method for Cognitive Health Assessment," U.S. Patents, May 2019.
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02 May 2019