Apr 1, 2013
Time for a new edition of SharpBrains’ e-newsletter. This time we focus on how much the brain health and behavioral health fields are changing, as they upgrade traditional toolkits with digital platforms to better monitor, assess and enhance cognition. Often driven by a growing consumer demand for improved brain fitness, as you can see in this 3-minute clip (opens YouTube video).
- Neuroscientists: Develop digital games to improve brain function and well-being
- Misuse & Abuse of ADHD Meds among college students: Updated review of a growing concern
- Beyond helmets: concussions require proactive, individualized monitoring and rehab
- Working memory training can improve emotional regulation and behavioral health
- Cambridge Cognition, developer of computerised neuropsychological tests, to go public in the UK
- The future of biosensors and nanotechnology
- Debunking 10 Brain Fitness and Brain Training Myths
- Raising awareness about the distracted mind (PBS special)
- Drugs for Early-Stage Alzheimer’s?
- New guidelines for neurologists prescribing cognitive enhancement drugs
Have a great month of April!