A new diagnostic resource for use in depression

THINC-it® for Android

Download for Android

THINC-it® is available in the Google Play store.


Download for Mac OSX

  • Double click the downloaded THINC_it.DMG file to open the THINC_it setup pane.
  • Drag the THINC-it® application file into your applications folder (or other desired location).
  • Double click on the THINC-it icon within chosen location to launch.

THINC-it® for Windows

Download for Windows

  • Double click on the downloaded THINC_it.msi file.
  • Choose desired installation location.
  • Please ensure the target location for installation is on the local machine, not a shared or remote drive.
  • Run from “Start” menu.

The THINC Task Force has developed a simple assessment tool, the objective of which is to help physicians screen for cognitive dysfunction in their patients with depression.

The tool is comprised of the 5-item Perceived Deficits Questionnaire (PDQ-5), in addition to four traditional cognitive assessments which have been reconfigured and gamified for computer-based administration.

The THINC-it® cognitive screening tool is now available for use in the research setting. To download the tool for your own research, click on the ‘Download’ link above.


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