Brain Training Game Boosts Executive Functions, Working Memory and Processing Speed in the Young Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial

@inproceedings{Nouchi2013BrainTG,
  title={Brain Training Game Boosts Executive Functions, Working Memory and Processing Speed in the Young Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial},
  author={Rui Nouchi and Yasuyuki Taki and Hikaru Takeuchi and Hiroshi Hashizume and Takayuki Nozawa and Toshimune Kambara and Atsushi Sekiguchi and Carlos Makoto Miyauchi and Yuka Kotozaki and Haruka Nouchi and Ryuta Kawashima},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Do brain training games work? The beneficial effects of brain training games are expected to transfer to other cognitive functions. Yet in all honesty, beneficial transfer effects of the commercial brain training games in young adults have little scientific basis. Here we investigated the impact of the brain training game (Brain Age) on a wide range of cognitive functions in young adults. METHODS We conducted a double-blind (de facto masking) randomized controlled trial using a… CONTINUE READING
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