Following our September edition, here you are have our Monthly Digest of the Most Popular Blog Posts. You can consider it your monthly Brain Exercise Magazine.
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Brain Fitness Market News
Cognitive Fitness as a New Frontier of Fitness: excellent Los Angeles Times article, covering the cognitive exercise angle of healthy aging and leading science-based players.
A Brain Fitness Vacation: what does this mean? Well, read this fun article to discover.
Rethinking the Brain Fitness Business: thought-provoking article on the future of the sector from a business point of view.
Cognitive Fitness @ Harvard Business Review: HBR makes a first attempt to bring neuroscience research into helping leaders perform at peak levels and maintain sharp brains.
News You Can Use
Train Your Brain to Be Happier: implications of neuroscience and positive psychology research for our daily lives-and our happiness. Please keep tuned if you are interested in this topic: we will publish soon a great interview with Dr. Robert Emmons, leading researcher in the field of gratitude.
Cognitive Fitness: 10 Debunked Myths: what are some misconceptions that prevent many people from seeing the tremendous potential from this emerging research?. Read this post to discover and discuss.
10 (Surprising) Memory Improvement Tips: and why stress management is important for memory and our brain.
Top 50 Brain Teasers and Games with a neuroscience angle: a list of the most popular mind games in our blog.
10 Highlights from the 2007 Aspen Health Forum: a summary of impressions from this great event, including what can happen when you have scientists and politicians in the same room.
Brain Fitness @ Education, Training, Health events: an overview of a number of conferences and university classes with a brain fitness angle.
Darwin’s adult neuroplasticity: reflections of a beautiful mind that ‑as self-reported at the age of 72- could have been even more beautiful.The Gene Delusion: IQ and the environment: do genes determine our fates? They don’t. They why do we seem to believe so so often?.
Discounts for SharpBrains readers
Learning & The Brain Conference: the best conference bringing neuroscience research to educators’ minds, February 7–9th in San Francisco. Register before January 25th, 2008, for a discounted price and to make sure you can attend and see our workshop!
MindFit 10% special discount: a 10% discount on one of the most popular brain fitness programs, that combines both an in-depth assessment of cognitive skills with personalized training.
Books and Resources
Best of the Brain from Scientific American: a superb collection of essays for the curious among us.
Selected Resources: Articles, Books, Papers: numerous links to media articles, scientific papers, and recommended books.