Review Articles

Published Review Articles

Many publications from scientists don’t describe an experiment or data they looked at themselves; instead they review a series of papers on a topic to see what the research shows overall. Below is a list of review articles that include studies on BrainHQ exercises.

Information and citations for review articles


“The impact of speed of processing training on cognitive and everyday functions”
Published in: Journals of Gerontology, Series B
Lead Author: Karlene Ball, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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“Speed of processing in older adults: A cognitive overview for nursing”
Published in: Journal of Neuroscience Nursing
Lead Author: David E. Vance, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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“The emerging role of cognitive remediation therapy”
Published in: Activities, Adaptation & Aging
Lead Author: David E. Vance, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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“Positive and negative neuroplasticity: Implications for age-related cognitive declines”
Published in: Journal of Gerontological Nursing
Lead Author: David E. Vance, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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“Technology, cognitive remediation, and nursing: Directions for successful cognitive aging”
Published in: Journal of Gerontological Nursing
Lead Author: David E. Vance, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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“Mental stimulation, neural plasticity, and aging: Directions for nursing research and practice”
Published in: Journal of Neuroscience Nursing
Lead Author: David E. Vance, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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“Age and visual search: Expanding the useful field of view”
Published in: Journal of the Optical Society of America
Lead Author: Karlene Ball, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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“Cognitive speed of processing training can promote community mobility among older adults: A brief review”
Published in: Journal of Aging Research
Lead Author: Melissa L. O’Connor, PhD, North Dakota State University
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“The impact of cognitive training and mental stimulation on cognitive and everyday functioning of healthy older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis”
Published in: Ageing Research Reviews
Lead Author: Michelle E. Kelly, BCBA-D, Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)
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“Cognitive intervention for persons with mild cognitive impairment: A meta-analysis”
Published in: Ageing Research Reviews
Lead Author: Huijie Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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“In older adults, the brain can still be trained to hear in noise”
Published in: The Hearing Journal
Lead Authors: Nina Kraus, PhD, Northwestern University and Samira Anderson, PhD, University of Maryland
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“Better speech processing in smaller amplitudes”
Published in: The Hearing Journal
Lead Authors: Nina Kraus, PhD, Northwestern University and Samira Anderson, PhD, University of Maryland
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“Biological impact of music and software-based auditory training”
Published in: Journal of Communication Disorders
Lead Author: Nina Kraus, PhD, Northwestern University
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“Computerized cognitive training with older adults: A systematic review”
Published in: PLoS One
Lead Author: Alexandra M. Kueider, Johns Hopkins University
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“Brain plasticity-based therapeutics”
Published in: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Lead Author: Michael M. Merzenich, PhD, University of California, San Francisco and Posit Science
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“Consumer-based brain fitness programs”
Published in: Enhancing Cognitive Fitness in Adults: A Guide to the Use and Development of Community-Based Programs
Lead Author: Elizabeth Zelinski, PhD, University of Southern California
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“Far transfer in cognitive training of older adults”
Published in: Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience
Lead Author: Elizabeth Zelinski, PhD, University of Southern California
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“Evaluating the relationship between change in performance on training tasks and on untrained outcomes”
Published in: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Lead Author: Elizabeth Zelinski, PhD, University of Southern California
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"Cross-species approaches to cognitive neuroplasticity research"
Published in: NeuroImage
Lead Author: Mishra J, PhD, University of California, San Francisco and Posit Science
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