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February, 2019

Watering Memory Trees

Nostalgia improves quality of life for dementia patients. But can it also lead to remedies? Read More...

January, 2019

Brain Training for Kids: Adding a Human Touch

By: Brenna Hassinger-Das, Ph.D., and Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Ph.D.

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Google “brain games for kids” and you can find apps, board games, puzzles, phonic fun, improvisational games—the list goes on and on for all ages in a billion dollar market. But questions remain: do toys and games improve thinking or IQ, or do they just make a child better at playing the games? Read More...

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