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Research Results

Kognito's Research Team, led by Co-Founder, Glenn Albright, Ph.D., has partnered with leading research organizations and non-profits to conduct empirical studies that analyze the impact of Kognito simulations on learners' behavior, performance, attitudes, and knowledge. These studies have led to three Kognito simulations to be listed in the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

    Healthcare

  • At-Risk in Primary Care: A Simulation to Prepare Primary Care Providers to Conduct Substance Use and Mental Health Screening and Brief Intervention (2015) - [Download Abstract]
  • At-Risk for Emergency Department Personnel: A Simulation to Prepare ED Personnel to Conduct Substance Use and Mental Health Screening and Brief Intervention (2015) - [Download Abstract]

    Higher Education

  • At-Risk Suite of Mental Health Simulations for Higher Ed and K-12 (2015) - [Download Research Report]
  • At-Risk for University and College Faculty and Staff: A Mental Health Simulation (2013) - [Download Research Report]
  • At-Risk for College Students: A Mental Health Simulation (2013) - [Download Research Report]
  • At-Risk Suite of Mental Health Simulations for Higher Ed and K-12: Impact with American Indian and Alaska Native Educators and Students (2013) - [Download Research Report]
  • White Paper: The Benefits of Investing in Students' Mental Health (2015) - [Download White Paper]
  • A Meta-Analytic Study with 12,000 subjects to Examine the Impact of Kognito's At-Risk Suite of Mental Health Simulations on K-12 and Higher Ed Educators and Students (2014) - [Download Abstract]

    PK-12

  • At-Risk for High School Educators: A Mental Health Simulation (2013) - [Download Research Report]
  • At-Risk for Middle School Educators: A Mental Health Simulation (2013) - [Download Research Report]
  • At-Risk Suite of Mental Health Simulations for Higher Ed and K-12 (2015) - [Download Research Report]
  • At-Risk Suite of Mental Health Simulations for Higher Ed and K-12: Impact with American Indian and Alaska Native Educators and Students (2013) - [Download Research Report]
  • A Meta-Analytic Study with 12,000 subjects to Examine the Impact of Kognito's At-Risk Suite of Mental Health Simulations on K-12 and Higher Ed Educators and Students (2014) - [Download Abstract]
  • Case Study: Fairfax County Teachers Talk with Virtual Students to Learn How to Save Real Lives (2015) - [Download Case Study]

    Veterans & Military

  • Family of Heroes: A PTSD and Resiliency Simulation for Military Families (2011) - [Download Research Report]
  • Veterans on Campus for Faculty and Staff: A Military Cultural Competency Simulation (2013) - [Download Research Report]
  • Supporting Student Veterans: Utilizing Game-Based Role-Plays with Virtual Humans to Build Military Cultural Competency and Helping Behaviors in Faculty and Staff (2015) - [Download Research Report]

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