Clinical Study results promising for CCT product
Results from a clinical study provide promising feasibility indications for Brain+’ CCT technology for cognitive training A study conducted by Nottingham University as part of the Brain+ led European Horizon2020 project called Alzheimer’s Detect & […]
Pilot with volunteers from DaneAge Association
Brain+ begins commercial pilot with volunteers from the DaneAge Association Brain+, a pioneer in the development of digital therapeutics for Alzheimer’s disease, is excited to announce the launch of a pilot project with DaneAge (Ældre Sagen) […]
Illusions & Brain Benders: How Your Mind Plays Tricks on You
Training Yourself to Learn: The Best Ways to Study
It is never too late to learn. Learning new things challenges the brain, revitalizes us and keeps us sharp. Our brains are lazy by default. They will constantly attempt to automate as many processes as […]
Measuring Intelligence – What is in an IQ Test?
Most people have already sat through an intelligence quotient test, or IQ test as it is more commonly known, for fun, for school, as part of a job interview or a military examination. After solving […]
Motivation for the Brain: Why Brain Training Has To Be Fun
Keeping our body in shape is not all fun and games. It requires discipline and continuous, regular training in order to be truly effective. To have such discipline requires motivation, which is why we often […]
Parlez-vous Francais?: The Wonders and Benefits of the Bilingual Brain
Today more than ever, scientists devote their time and resources to researching the benefits and effects of bilingualism. Most of us speak two or more languages but do not realise how this affects our […]
Can you accurately predict the outcome of your plans?
We can probably all agree that plans are important. Being able to plan something ahead of time – and predict the outcome – requires an ability to look past “the now” and foresee complex situations […]
Working memory makes your memory work
Memory, what is it really? The human brain consists of millions and billions of brain cells, or neurons, communicating via electrochemical signals in networks with a complexity that would render a L.A. cap driver speechless. […]
Can you focus your attention on what is important?
If you have been following our Facebook or LinkedIn pages you will know that we have had quite a few posts about attention in the last month. In this blog post you will be able […]