May 30, 2014
Time for SharpBrains’ May 2014 e-newsletter. If you’re looking for new thinking, research and tools to enhance lifelong brain health and performance, you’re in the right place…
- For cognitive training to work, it must induce neuroplasticity in brain regions that matter
- Which kind of mindfulness meditation to choose? Comparing sitting meditation, body scan, and mindful yoga
- Neurofeedback treatment for ADHD is gaining strong support
- Larry King interviews Alvaro Fernandez on Brain Fitness!
- What cognitive skills are for (or, is the Internet making us dumber?)
- What “some kind of asset” are we talking about?
- Finally, growing awareness of chemotherapy-induced cognitive deficits
- Mindfulness can modify stress-related brain behavior
- Use and misuse of ADHD drugs and nootropics among teenagers and toddlers
- On brain development, socioeconomic status and parenting styles
- Sleeping less than 5 hours, or more than 9, can lead to cognitive decline
- New online cognitive self-assessment by Cogniciti (Baycrest): a thermometer for the mind?
- Mind games that can sharpen the brain
- Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center adopts Intelligym cognitive training
- Registration open for 2014 SharpBrains Virtual Summit: Shaping the Practice and the Future of Brain Fitness
Have a great month of June! To start on the right foot, you may want to tease your mind with this visual illusion…
The SharpBrains Team