Caselli commented, "neuropsychological assessment of preclinical Alzheimer's disease in individuals might be based upon either longitudinal memory performance (particularly verbal memory) or some form of cognitive stress
test, like .
In addition, electroencephalography or electromyography might be more accurate than reaction times in measuring increases in cognitive stress
and workload, but the inherent effects on participants caused by the use of such equipment and testing would have to be taken into account.
Researchers now show that sleep does not only help form long-term memory but also ensures access to it during times of cognitive stress