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What are Cognitive Skills?

We hear the term “cognitive skills” more frequently these days as we all become more aware that our brains perform a variety of functions critical to helping us navigate school,

Thoughts on the Value of President Obama’s BRAIN Initiative

The BRAIN Initiative announced recently by President Barack Obama has underscored the importance of better understanding brain-behavior relationships and it holds potential for deeper knowledge of the mechanisms involved in the

BrainWare SAFARI Shown to Impact Students in Iran with Reading Problems

Researchers in Iran working with dyslexic students showed increases in memory and attention in students diagnosed with reading difficulties following the use of BrainWare. The experimental group showed training effects on non-trained tests as well as transfer effect to visual-auditory sustained attention, visual auditory vigilance/speed, and hyperactivity after training.

Does Physical Exercise Trump Mental Exercise?

A recent article in Time Health and Family, “Exercise Trumps Brain Games in Keeping our Minds Intact”, reports on the findings from a study in Scotland.  The study compared MRIs

Scientists Can’t Find Specific Genes for IQ

Recent research has shown that, while intelligence is believed to be partly genetic, the specific genes that were thought to be linked to intelligence are not.  And, in fact, of

Working Memory Training That Lasts

Recently the journal Developmental Psychology published a meta-analysis of research on the value of Working Memory Training. A meta-analysis is not original research but combines multiple studies and uses statistical

Helping Homework-Trapped Students

An article in the Washington Post newspaper caught my attention recently.  It talked about “homework-trapped students.”  In the article, Dr. Kenneth Goldberg, a clinical psychologist and author, describes students who

Better Grades: Four Myths and the Reality

Brain research is showing us ways to improve student learning and help them succeed on tests and in school.  But there are also a lot of myths around that deserve to

A Glimmer of Understanding: New Concept Formation

When I was in college, I was fascinated with how humans learn and use language.  I took every course I could find related to language — The Philosophy of Language,

New Research on MultiTasking

Holidays seem to be times when multi-tasking is the order of the day — preparing holiday meals while keeping a mental list of what I need to get at the

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