Archive for Brain games

Brain teasers to help teens and adults test cognitive skills…and cognitive biases

brainteaser_considerlindaBrain teaser: Please con­sider Linda, a 31-year-old woman, sin­gle and bright. When she was a stu­dent, in high school and in col­lege too, she was deeply involved in social jus­tice issues, and also par­tic­i­pated in environmental protests. Which is more prob­a­ble about Linda’s occu­pa­tion today? Read the rest of this entry »

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Brain Games and Teasers and Puzzles

It is always good to stimulate our minds and to learn a bit about how our brain works. Here you have a selection of the 50 Brain Teasers and Games that people have enjoyed the most in our brain fitness blog and speaking engagements.                  

Fun experiments on how our brains work

1. Do you think you know the colors?: try the Stroop Test.

2. Can you count?: Basketball attention experiment (Interactive).

3. Who is this?: A very important little guy (Interactive).

4. How is this possible?.

5. Take the Senses Challenge (Interactive). Read the rest of this entry »

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Brain Games: Sudoku, Mind Medley

New Games From Real Train Your Brain: Sudoku.com, Mind Medley and …
CNNMoney.com 
“Mind Medley – Players will test their through a series of 16 brain games with familiar play patterns like Concentration, Simon and Color Matching …”

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Nintendo Brain Age

Brain Age 2
Thunderbolt, UK – Brain Age 2 has (finally) arrived on local shores and just like the first brain training non-game that took the world by storm, this whole new selection of …”

More information on how to evaluate brain training products Here. You may also enjoy this PBS special on neuroplasticity and brain fitness software.

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Videogames for brain health?

Can you beef up your brain with video games?
MSNBC -Jul 20, 2007
“In 2005, Nintendo struck gaming gold when it created “Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day” for the handheld Nintendo DS game machine. …”

See more at Nintendo BrainAge, Happy Neuron, Lumosity, MyBrainTrainer…

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‘Brain Games’: 10-Second Review

10-Second Review: ‘Brain Games’
Rockford Register Star, IL

By Thomas V. Bona This is a great sampler of puzzles, from familiar crossword and Sudoku to the intimidating but intriguing Kaidoku, for people who want to…”

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New mental exercises, games can keep aging minds fit

New mental exercises, games can keep aging minds fit
Arizona Republic, AZ Jun 25, 2007
For Perls, the challenging exercise has been Sudoku. It’s something that meets the important criteria for brain fitness: novel, complex and challenging. Those activities engage the frontal lobe, the CEO of the brain. It’s important to tackle new tasks,

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