October 27


Given cognitive strengths and needs are diverse, what brain training may work best for each person and under which conditions?

By Peter Julian

Exercising your brain may be different for all people depending on their unique needs. Not everyone will need to focus on the same areas when it comes to training or exercising their brain. This new study is built around your unique needs to try and find out what specifically you need to exercise your mind and keep it sharp. There are different conditions for each person that may require different levels of training for the brain, age is a factor.

Key Takeaways:

  • The proposed research is relevant to public health in that it will lead to greater understanding of, and creation of more effective, behavioral interventions for those with cognitive impairments.
  • Targeted training to improve working memory has potential to give rise to personalized interventions that can be used on an outpatient basis.
  • Participants will play a memory training program, complete a few cognitive tests, and fill out brief questionnaires anonymously.

“After all, our recollections are fragile and can be impaired by diseases, injuries, mental health conditions and, most acutely for all of us, aging.”

Read more: https://sharpbrains.com/blog/2020/09/29/given-cognitive-strengths-and-needs-are-diverse-what-brain-training-may-work-best-for-each-person-and-and-under-which-conditions/

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