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Brain Training Games Might Not Have Any Real World Benefit, Study Finds

Brain-training programs like the ones offered by Luminosity and LearningRx claim to boost intelligence and even offset the effects of ageing. A re-evaluation of the existing scientific literature on the matter shows that these claims are complete garbage. More »      
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