It seems that the only people confident in brain training products are the people who sell them or buy them. The folks with the greatest relevent expertise and knowledge have little or no confidence in them, as this article reviews.
‘If you’ve spent more than about 5 minutes surfing the web, listening to the radio, or watching TV in the past few years, you will know that cognitive training—better known as “brain training”—is one of the hottest new trends in self improvement.
Lumosity, Cogmed, and BrainHQ are websites promising to make you smarter
‘Yet, according to a statement released by the Stanford University Center on Longevity and the Berlin Max Planck Institute for Human Development, there is no solid scientific evidence to back up this promise. Signed by 70 of the world’s leading cognitive psychologists and neuroscientists, the statement minces no words:…’
Does your native language need to be included in the college curriculum?
CHED defends removal of Filipino in college curriculum, Filipino language advocates to seek help from SC
Filipino language advocates to seek SC help vs. new CHED curriculum
‘An alliance of Filipino language advocates on Tuesday…
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