1. Check that the volunteer matches the recruitment goals ¹ on recruitment goals ¹
2. Go to this page
3. Enter your registration email address on the MindPulse site (contact email address)
4. Select, if necessary, the “2021 Standards” protocol
5. Choose the protocol corresponding to the age of the volunteer: Adults or Children (minors)
6. Let yourself be guided!
7. Once all the information has been filled in, an activation key will be automatically generated in order to launch the MindPulse. Double click on the file to launch the application.
8. At the end of the MindPulse, do not forget to fill in the volunteer inclusion code in the correspondence table transmitted.
Contacts - Links & Useful Information
RCB ID: 2019-A01718-49 - Category 3 non-interventional research.
Reference: CNRIPH 19.09.05.62339 - 2-19-090 id5427: MS3
It's Brain SAS
IT'S BRAIN Building PYTHAGORE The Algorithms Chemin de l'Orme CD 128 91190 SAINT-AUBIN
Study investigator :
Dr. Sandra Suarez (PhD Neurosciences), Psychologist-Neuropsychologist at It’s Brain
Project Coordinator: Dr Charlotte Mennetrey (PhD), Psychologist-Neuropsychologist at It’s Brain
MindPulse Download & Clinician Installation Manual https://www.mindpulse.net/telechargement-cliniciens-protocole/
Update of volunteer inclusion quotas https://www.mindpulse.net/normes/
Volunteer inclusion form https://protocol.mindpulse.net/login
|Preparation of the protocol with volunteer clinicians and signing of collaboration contracts||1 st March 2021|
|Opening of the study||1 st March 2021|
|Collection of normative data from volunteers by clinicians:||From March 1 st 2021 to December 31, 2021|
|Sending data via a secure parallel protocol (over the water)||From March 1 st 2021 to December 31, 2021|
|Closure of data collection||January 15, 2022|
|Data processing||January 16, 2022 to January 31, 2022.|
|Publication of results||March 20022|
Lists of medical, neurological or psychiatric histories that do not allow participation in the calibration of the MindPulse
- Uncorrected vision difficulties.
- Illness in progress tiring the person, even mild (do not take the test if you have fever, flu, tonsillitis etc.)
- Head trauma (with loss of consciousness> 1 hour)
- Parkinson disease
- Brain tumor
- Autre maladie neurologique provoquant des difficultés cognitives
- Depression requiring drug treatment and / or psychiatric follow-up.
- Bipolar disorders
- Invasive trouble of the development
- Mental retardation
- Any psychiatric impairment requiring medical monitoring and / or drug treatment.
- Cognitive impairment of HIV
- Neuro-infectious disease having left cognitive sequelae
- Trouble déficitaire de l’attention avec ou sans hyperactivité́
- Psychomotor slowing down.
- Vigilance disorder.
- Regular alcohol> 2 glasses / day
- Acute alcohol in the 24 hours before the test
- Psychotropic Occasional or Regular (no psychotropic drugs in the month preceding the test).
- Drugs Occasional or Regular (no drugs in the month preceding the test).
- Frequent sleep problems (insomnia, sleep disturbances, sleep apnea) ie more than once a week. Acute lack of sleep the night before the test (less than 5 hours of sleep)
Excluded are all treatments likely to modify mood or alertness (please check the instructions for your medications) and in particular all psychotropic drugs, antidepressants, sleeping pills, anxiolytics, etc.