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Pilot of BrainWare SAFARI with Students in a Title I School

Students in a Title I school in Topeka, KS improved their performance on select cognitive tests by an average of 1 year 10 months, consistent with results from previous research on these three specific tests, following use of BrainWare SAFARI. On a second post-test, following 6 months of non-use of the program, the students' cognitive development was maintained or continued to improve, yielding average total growth of 3 years and 2 months over the school year.

Cognitive Training is for the Gifted Too

Sometimes when I talk to an educator or a parent about BrainWare Safari and cognitive skills, he or she will assume that the program is only for struggling learners or

Video Games and Attention Problems: Cause or Cure

A study recently published in the journal Pediatrics is getting a lot of attention (pun intended)  from parents.  It concludes that more than two hours per day of video-game playing