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  • Brain training apps don’t work
  • Brain training apps don’t work
    Nate Grigg (2014) ©
SIGNAL

Brain training apps don’t work

Everybody wants a better brain, and brain training apps are supposed to help users achieve it. But according to brain researchers, the only thing these games are providing is entertainment. They claim that we need to be doing more in the attempt to prevent dementia.

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