Normal Range


What it means

Your Speed score reflects how quickly your brain is able to detect changes in your surroundings. 

What it tests

White matter integrity, frontal and parietal pathways

Why it's important

The brain's frontal lobe is associated with motivation, memory, and communication skills. Poor Speed scores often indicate the presence of neurodegenerative disorders in the frontal lobe such as Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Tests used to compute your score

Simple Reaction Time

Blog articles about Speed

The Speed Measure

The Need for Speed

Case study: Getting back on your feet

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