From: Chicago Tribune
‘Brain-training’ games help you play said games, not much else
Spend enough time playing “brain-training” games, and you’ll get pretty good at games. But you won’t necessarily get better at anything else.
That’s the conclusion of an extensive review published in the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest this week. A team of psychologists scoured the scientific literature for studies held up by brain-training proponents as evidence that the technique works – and found the research wanting.
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