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Brain Fitness Software Report: Reviews:Ã‚Â our just released Market ReportÃ‚Â is earning a growing number of accolades as a must-read publication for executives and investors interested in emerging brain health trends and opportunities.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â
Brain Rules- science and practice: molecular biologist John Medina releases a new book to make brain science accessible and relevant to all, and writes a fun article challenging the very existance of classrooms and cubicles.
Health & Wellness
Sleep, Tetris, Memory and the Brain: As part of our ongoing Author Speaks Series, we are honored to present this excellent article by Dr. Shannon Moffett on the importance of sleep.
Relaxing for your Brain’s Sake: What stresses you out? Whatever it is, how you respond to it may have more consequences than you think, as researcher Gregory Kellett shows.
Meditation and The Brain: a new study shows that compassion meditation changes the brain (literally).
Nintendo Brain Training and Schools: despite unclear evidence of efficacy, some UK schools seem to be adding Nintendo games in the classroomÃ‚Â (the good news is that playing is never bad).
Posit Science & InSight for Visual Processing: Posit Science announces a new program for visual processing training and we have a few questions for it.
Boost your visuospatial skills: Dr. Pascale Michelon offers this fun mental rotation challenge.