Archive for Decision-making

Feeling good to be good may be only natural

Feeling good to be good may be only natural
MSNBC
“The results were showing that when the volunteers placed the interests of others before their own, the generosity activated a primitive part of the brain…”

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Easy Steps to Improve Your Brain Health Now

Check the blog post Improve Your Brain Health

With tips on

  • Physical Exercise
  • Mental Exercise
  • Good Nutrition
  • Stress Management
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    Mind games may keep your brain in shape

    Mind games may keep your brain in shape
    Auburn Journal, CA 
    Web sites like SharpBrains (http://www.sharpbrains.com) and PositScience (http://www.postitscience.com) offer online brain fitness programs that promise to boost mental

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    Fortune 500’s to Adopt Serious Games for Staff Learning

    Fortune 500’s to Adopt Serious Games for Staff Learning
    Newswire Today (press release), UK Mar 13, 2007
    “Clive Shepherd, a well-known and respected practitioner and commentator in the field of learning has reviewed the report and said: ’ Serious games provide

    Related article on Casual Games:

    Brain and Mind Fitness and Casual Games: survey results

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    A neural substrate for moral decisions

    A neural substrate for moral decisions, commentary by the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

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    MindFit and Training the brain

    Clinical study results released on how Memory workouts beat other computer games in study.

    Learn more on MindFit and try 3 Demos.

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