After a post-incident test has been taken, BrainCheck Concussion compares the test taker’s performance to the population database across seven categories of cognitive function: coordination, working memory, cognitive processing, visual processing, reaction time, executive function, and visual attention. The user’s post-incident scores are shown with pink flags. If the user has previously taken and stored a baseline test, those scores are shown with purple flags.
In each category, the shaded box represents the average range. Specifically, it shows the population mean +/- one standard deviation. Scores on the left-hand side of the shaded box are lower than the population mean, and scores on the right-hand side are higher than the population mean. An exclamation point indicates that a score is off the chart—far above or far below the population average.
Here is an example of post-incident test results, compared against the user’s baseline: