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Table 1 Cognitive modalities and sub-modalities addressed by GRADIOR 4

From: Computer-based cognitive rehabilitation program GRADIOR for mild dementia and mild cognitive impairment: new features

Cognitive modalities Cognitive sub-modalities (levels) Cognitive modalities Cognitive sub-modalities (levels)
Orientation Temporary orientation [3] Memory Associative memory face-name [6], associative memory image-word [6], associative memory word-word [6], auditory memory (like verbal memory), immediate graphic memory [7], short-term graphic memory [7]), short-term graphic memory compound [7], long-term graphic memory [7], immediate verbal memory [7], short-term verbal memory [7], short-term verbal memory compound [7], long-term verbal memory [7]), implicit memory [1], location memory [6], semantic memory [1], span memory direct [8], span memory reverse letters [8], span memory direct numbers [8], span memory reverse numbers [8], direct object span memory [8], span reverse object [8]
Attention Sequential visual selective attention [7], simultaneous visual selective attention [3], attention vigilance color [7], attention vigilance flashes [7], sustained attention color [2], sustained attention sparkles [2], sustained attention figures [2]
Calculus Quantitative calculation counting [5], calculus identification of numbers [3], calculus arithmetic problems [12]
Executive function Change rules [2], key task [6], auditory inhibition [4], visual inhibition [9], interference [7], numbers and letters [7], ordination stories [4], puzzles [10] Perception Perception colors auditory [11], perception colors graph [11], perception colors text [11], visual perception figures [4], visual perception faces [3], visual perception sizes [3]
Language Language comprehension of words [2], language identification of written letters [3], oral letters identification language [3], word recognition language [2] Reasoning Reasoning sorting graphics [2], reasoning sorting texts [2]