Best books offering brain teasers and puzzles according to ChatSpot and ChatGPT

Hav­ing recent­ly queried Chat­G­PT and ChatSpot about sug­ges­tions for books on brain health, cog­ni­tive fit­ness, cog­ni­tive abil­i­ty and skills, we decid­ed to ask about best books offer­ing brain teasers and puz­zles so that inter­est­ed read­ers can expand their cog­ni­tive exer­cise resources. (Links open cor­re­spond­ing Ama­zon book pages) Best books with brain teasers and puz­zles, per ChatSpot:…

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Best books on cognitive ability and skills according to ChatSpot and ChatGPT

As a fol­low-up to the arti­cle Best books on brain health and cog­ni­tive fit­ness accord­ing to ChatSpot and Chat­G­PT we decid­ed to find out what these pop­u­lar AI chat­bots say about books to under­stand and improve cog­ni­tive abil­i­ty and skills. Here you are: (Links open cor­re­spond­ing Ama­zon book pages) Best books on cog­ni­tive abil­i­ty and skills, per…

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Reading for pleasure during childhood may lead to higher brain/ cognitive development and mental well-being during adolescence

Ear­ly child­hood is a crit­i­cal peri­od for brain devel­op­ment, which is impor­tant for boost­ing cog­ni­tion and men­tal well­be­ing. Good brain health at this age is direct­ly linked to bet­ter men­tal heath, cog­ni­tion and edu­ca­tion­al attain­ment in ado­les­cence and adult­hood. It can also pro­vide resilience in times of stress. But, sad­ly, brain devel­op­ment can be hampered…

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Should doctors prescribe Leqembi (lecanemab) to women with early Alzheimer’s Disease? The evidence-based answer is probably No

Wel­come to a new edi­tion of Sharp­Brains e‑newsletter, fea­tur­ing this time a range of inter­ven­tions for brain/ cognitive/ men­tal health plus a few brain teasers to test our per­cep­tion and cog­ni­tive skills. #1. Should doc­tors pre­scribe lecanemab (Leqem­bi) to women? The answer, giv­en avail­able evi­dence, is prob­a­bly No Huge (and most­ly over­looked) red flag regard­ing newly…

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Ten resources, brain teasers and illusions to celebrate Brain Awareness Week 2023

We invite you to cel­e­brate Brain Aware­ness Week (March 13–19th, 2023) by learn­ing more about that key yet often-over­looked organ and by putting it to good use via some fun brain teasers and illu­sions :-) Can you con­nect these pairs of words? Try these quick teasers to chal­lenge your work­ing mem­o­ry Three clas­sic opti­cal illu­sions, explained Test…

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BrainHealth Week starts today! Plus: dancing, personalized mental health, brain stimulation and more

Wel­come to a new edi­tion of Sharp­Brains e‑newsletter, annouc­ing the kick-off of Brain­Health Week and fea­tur­ing some stim­u­lat­ing resources and teasers. #1. Brain­Health Week (Feb­ru­ary 20–24th) starts today: Explore many fun events includ­ing a dai­ly text chal­lenge, a talk with the always great Dr. Tom Insel, and more! #2. With­out Brain Health, you do not have…

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