Matilda is a research assistant for the CogSCAN study. The CogSCAN study aims to evaluate computerised neuropsychological assessments in comparison to traditional assessments conducted by a trained neuropsychologist. CogSCAN will evaluate both the diagnostic efficacy of the computerised tests and the user experience in an older age group, both with and without dementia.
Matilda has a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology from the University of Sydney. She is currently undertaking a Masters in Clinical Psychology at UTS. Her research interests include; the potential role of the internet and computers in wellbeing, healthy aging, and maximising healthcare efficacy, as well as how aging perceptions and stereotypes can impact physical and psychological health.