May 152012

Amit Lampit
Amit is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Regenerative Neuroscience Group and coordinates the group’s cognitive training projects. With more than 10 years experience in the field, Amit has a strong interest in cognitive training as a means to evolve and improve mental health across individual lifespan in addition to the opportunity to augment mental capital.

Amit is recognised for a study completed in 2009 demonstrating the effectiveness of cognitive training to improve bookkeeping performance in healthy young adults. Later he expanded his interests to the aging population and has recently completed a trial revealing improvement in cognition amongst older adults at-risk of dementia, as well as the dose-dependency of key cognitive skills to cognitive training, predictors of treatment response and associated neurobiological mechanisms.




  1. Amit Lampit, Harry Hallock, Michael Valenzuela. Computerized Cognitive Training in Cognitively Healthy Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Effect Modifiers. PLoS Medicine (in press).
  2. Amit Lampit, Claus Ebster, Michael Valenzuela. Multi-domain computerized cognitive training program improves performance of bookkeeping tasks: a matched-sampling active-controlled trial. Frontiers in Psychology (2014); 5: 794
  3. Amit Lampit, Harry Hallock, Rebacca Moss, Sindy Kwok, Michael Rosser, Matthew. Lukjanenko, Alana Kohn, Sharon Naismith, Henry Brodaty, Michael Valenzuela. The timecourse of global cognitive gains from supervised computer-assisted cognitive training: a randomised, active-controlled trial in elderly with multiple dementia risk factors. Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease (2014);1(1):33-39