Jul 29, 2015
Time for SharpBrains’ July e-newsletter, wrapping up this month’s key brain-related news and insights.
First of all, a reminder to Save the Date for 2015 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (November 17-19th), where leading experts will discuss Monitoring & Enhancing Brain Health in the Pervasive Neurotechnology Era (to register with 10% discount, use this code: sharp2015).
- Neuroscience 2.0: Taking the lab to the people by gathering collective EEG brain data
- Translating brain activity signals into driving and other computer-assisted interactions
- Training law-enforcement “itchy brains” can reduce shooting-related civilian casualties
- Brain training game helps resist unhealthy snack foods
- Pervasive Neurotechnology: The Digital Revolution Meets the Human Brain (slidedeck)
- Survey highlights need to improve brain health literacy
- High television viewing and low physical activity can significantly worsen long-term cognitive function
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy helps treat depression–especially among women–but benefits are declining steadily
- Neuroimaging studies: In soccer, over one thousand “headers” per year can lead to brain injury and cognitive impairment
- Youth unemployment can lead to long-term cognitive and emotional scars
More on Pervasive Neurotechnologies:
- IBM ranked #14 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech IP
- McLean Hospital Corp: #16 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech IP
- Philips ranked #18 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech IP
- Sedline (a Masimo company) ranked #20 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech IP
- Compumedics ranked #22 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech IP
Finally, we are proud to welcome “Fitness mózgu” — The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness, now in Polish!
Have a great month of August