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Update: Michael Merzenich, NYPL talk, Free eBook

Here you have the December edition of our monthly107px-gray1197thumbnail eNewsletter covering cognitive health and brain fitness topics. Please remember that you can subscribe to receive this Newsletter by email, using the box in the right column.

Michael Merzenich on Brain Fitness

You will enjoy this comprehensive conversation with neuroplasticity expert  Michael Merzenich on the 8 main topics that will be addressed in the SharpBrains Summit. What value does technology bring to the cognitive health table? Why is brain training for safe driving gaining so much momentum? what automated assessments may become commonplace? why do we need “personal brain trainers” – and who will they be? Read the full interview here.

The SharpBrains Guide @ New York Public Library

You may well be thinking about New Year Resolutions, so we are sharing a couple of resources that may help you select resolutions to foster brain fitness without breaking the bank.

First, here is the video of my book talk at The New York Public Library on September 23rd, where we discussed The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness (May 2009; $19.95). The talk lasts an hour, followed by 25 minutes of Q&A. If you enjoy, please make sure to share with your friends and colleagues.

Second, you can download a complimentary PDF copy of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness: 18 Interviews with Scientists, Practical Advice, and Product Reviews, to Keep Your Brain Sharp, by subscribing to our monthly eNewsletter. You can introduce and submit your email in the column to the right, and you’ll receive a confirmation email including a link to download the eBook.

Wishing you a very Sharp 2010!

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