A new study reports 30 minutes of cognitive and motor training once a week can slow the progression of, and possibly reverse, the symptoms of dementia.
Researchers report specialized cognitive training can help make the brain more energy efficient as we age.
Researchers report cognitive bias modification may be a useful method for treating depression.
Researchers report a computerized brain training intervention may reduce dementia risks in the elderly.
Using a combination of brain stimulation, physical exercise and computer based cognitive training, researchers report people were better at specific skill learning than when using cognitive training alone.
Over the past few years, brain training programs have grown in popularity with claims of helping to improve memory and cognitive function. However, a new study in the Journal of Neuroscience reports a popular commercial brain training system had no effect on cognitive function beyond practice effects on the training tasks. They system also had no effect on decision making.
According to a new study, brain training games that challenge reasoning and memory skills can have significant benefits for older people.
A new study reports computerized cognitive training is beneficial in improving memory and other cognitive skills for children who have survived cancer.
According to a new study, researchers have developed a cognitive training game which they believe may improve memory for people with schizophrenia.
Researchers report time spent in a stimulating learning environment can help buffer the brain against the effects of drug dependence.