Dr. Elizabeth Zelinski, PhD

Rita and Edward Polusky Chair in Education and Aging and Professor of Gerontology and Psychology, University of Southern California
“The changes we saw in the experimental group were remarkable - and significantly larger than the gains in the control group… from a researcher's point of view, this was very impressive because people got better at the tasks trained, those improvements generalized to standardized measures of memory and people noticed improvements in their lives. What this means is that cognitive decline is no longer an inevitable part of aging. Doing properly designed cognitive activities [BrainHQ] can enhance our abilities as we age.”