Oct 2, 2007 2
By: Alvaro Fernandez
Following our July and August editions, here you have our Monthly Digest of the Most Popular Blog Posts. Today, October 2nd, we will list the most popular September posts. You can consider it your monthly Brain Exercise Magazine.
Education, Training, Health events: some events I will blog about/ speak at over the next 2-weeks.
Brain Fitness and SharpBrains.com in the Press: including a great Washington Post article.
Brains Way Smarter Than Ours (and yours, probably): roundup of relevant news, including some Awards.
News you can use
10 (Surprising) Memory Improvement Tips: on the relationship between stress and memory.
Judith Beck: Train Your Brain to Think Like a Thin Person: a cognitive therapy pioneer tells us about the latest application of brain training: diets.
Brain Wellness: Train Your Brain to Be Happier: our essay to participate in LifeTwo’s Happiness week.
11 Neuroscientists Debunk a Common Myth about Brain Training: summary of our 11 original interviews with leading neuroscientists and cognitive psychologists.
Neuroplasticity 101 and Brain Health Glossary: no one is born knowing it all…check this summary of concepts and keywords that can help navigate through the brain fitness field.
Working Memory: an image that says much: bad and good news.
Best of the Brain from Scientific American: review of this great book.
An online application system is now open for the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships.
Corporate Training & Leadership
Carnival of the capitalists with a brain: we hosted this business blog carnival with a brain spice.
Executive Functions and Google/ Microsoft Brain Teasers: examples of what our executive functions are.
Software Product News
MindFit by CogniFit, and Baroness Susan Greenfield: a brain fitness program starting to get traction in Europe.
Penn Treaty First To Offer Brain Fitness Program: today’s press release on another brain training software (Posit Science)‘s deal with an insurance provider.
Visualization Software of IBM for the Future of Medicine: Interview: “It’s like Google Earth for the body”. Hopefully it will include the brain.
Services: we will formally announce soon how we “help companies, health providers, investors, and policymakers understand and profit from the emerging brain fitness field.” But now you know.
Speaking: if your organization needs a good speaker and brain fitness expert, please contact us.
Finally, we are starting to look for qualified guest bloggers to add their perspective. If you are interested, please contact us and let us know about what you would like to write about, and include a brief bio or links to samples. Thank you.