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Study: Brain Games Don’t Work

“It would be really nice if you could play some games and have it radically change your cognitive abilities. But the studies don’t show that on objectively measured real-world outcomes.” The evaluation, done by a team of seven scientists, is a response to a very public disagreement about the effectiveness of brain games.
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