New Research supports science behind Brainjogging!

The Journal of Neuroscience has recently published a ground-breaking study about the significance of brain training. The purpose of the study was to examine the neurophysiological changes that accompany improvements following working memory training.

In the study a group of children were split into two groups and were given tasks that tested their short-term memory. In one group the difficulty level remained at ‘easy’, while the other group’s games slowly got harder.  The team found that compared to the control group, the children’s memory significantly improved and that the memory boost crossed over to when they performed untrained memory tasks.  More importantly, the researchers discovered that when the children’s brains were scanned there was a change in the rhythmic electrical signal in different areas of the brain, including the areas responsible for visual processing. After brain training the rhythm became stronger!

What does this mean for our “Brainjoggers”?  Keep doing Brainjogging!!  The exercises in the Brainjogging program are designed to stimulate the areas of the brain that control processing and memory.  The more you do Brainjogging, the more these crucial areas of the brain get activated, and the better individuals are able to process and retain new information!

“Training Working Memory in Childhood Enhances Coupling between Frontoparietal Control Network and Task-Related Regions” – Journal of Neuroscience

http://www.jneurosci.org/content/36/34/9001.full#abstract-1

 

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2 Responses to “New Research supports science behind Brainjogging!”

  1. Carli says:

    I found just what I was needed, and it was entgitarnine!

  2. admin says:

    Thank you for visiting our blog! You can call our office, 706-884-4492, to find out more information about Camp Academia and Brainjogging.


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