Jun 29, 2012
Time for SharpBrains’ June 2012 eNewsletter, featuring in this occasion several articles which, paraphrasing hockey player Wayne Gretzky, reinforce the need for everyone with a brain to “skate to where the (brain health) puck is going to be, not where it has been.”
- Why Being Young for Grade Increases Odds of ADHD Diagnosis and Stimulant Medication, by Dr. David Rabiner
- Does Brain Training Work? Depends. Better Question is, How, When, for Whom Can Brain Training Work?, by Alvaro Fernandez
- Max Your Working Memory with Brain Games and Teasers, by Dr. Pascale Michelon
New Research and Resources
- Will EEG Data Analysis Help Diagnose Autism?
- 11 Hours of Meditation Can Enhance Brain Connectivity, Functioning
- Available Now: All Recordings of 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit
Finally, we are proud to share two new accolades we just received:
- “The SharpBrains Summit is unique in its impressive ability to unite a diverse collection of cutting-edge thinkers in a “virtual” conference that is shared globally without a hitch. I am delighted and honored to have been able to participate in this Summit since its inception.” — Dr. Adam Gazzaley, Director of the Neuroscience Imaging Center at UCSF
- “The SharpBrains Summit provides common ground for practitioners, scientists and industry leaders to work towards the common goal of driving brain health and fitness forward with a thoughtful, analytical and practical approach. The virtual relationships you can form through this conference are priceless.” - Kate Sullivan, Director of the Brain Fitness Center at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Have a great summer!