Controversies in Computerized Cognitive Training

A few months ago, a scientific colleague - Dr. Phil Harvey, of the University of Miami - came to me...
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Controversies in Computerized Cognitive Training
Why Would An Older Driver Run A Red Light?

Why Would An Older Driver Run A Red Light?

I read an interesting science paper published in the Journal of Gerontology. Dr. Sheila West and her colleagues from Johns...
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Factoring for "Fun"

…so just what *is* “fun,” anyway? It’s a question I find myself returning to again and again and I believe...
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Factoring for "Fun"
Bilingualism and Brain Plasticity

Bilingualism and Brain Plasticity

I recently returned from a 3 week trip to the Middle East. In preparation, I took Arabic lessons for about...
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Biking in the city

I commute to work on my bicycle through downtown San Francisco every day rain or shine. It is more fun...
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Biking in the city
Memory, IQ and EQ

Memory, IQ and EQ

We spend a lot of time building solutions to improve memory and the brain's speed and accuracy...we understand how those improvements...
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