We’ve all seen an increase in the amount of educational toys and games on the market for kids in the last twenty years, but trends toward educational products for adults has been left somewhat behind, that was until recently. Studies done on the elderly, …

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  1. Hi Jennifer:

    Good summary.

    You may be interested in our thoughts on how to select a Brain Fitness Program and know if one is working
    http://www.sharpbrains.com/blog/2007/01/15/how-do-i-know-if-computer-based-brain-fitness-programs-work/

    and our post on the Cognitive Reserve as part of the just science week
    http://www.sharpbrains.com/blog/2007/02/06/cognitive-reserve-and-lifestyle/

    Regards

  2. These types of games sound great and are something I would be interested in purchasing because my experience has been that if I don’t use it I do lose it. Ever since I was young, I remember that I would have to re-learn certain things after the summer break because I wouldn’t practice any academics for those two months off.

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