Sunday, October 20, 2013

Six Things You Should Know from BrainTech 2013
Does Google Glass have a place in cognitive development? What is the future of games and game consoles and neuroplasticity-based therapy? Why are marketable neurosplasticity-based solutions struggling?

Here are 6 valuable take-aways from Brain­Tech Isreal 2013 by Dr. Son Pre­minger regarding neuroplasticity and cognitive training:
  1. Motivation is key for success of neuroplasticity-based therapy
  2. Brain plasticity-based therapy can have positive and negative results and must be designed and performed correctly
  3. Huge wholes exist in our capacity to translate valuable research into valuable and marketable solutions
  4. New media and gaming platforms have great potential to deliver significantly therapeutic solutions
  5. Neuroplasticity-based therapy may benefit from future development in cortex tissue transplant
  6. Defining guidelines now will help us address the inevitable future ethical issues
At the mindMender Project we live at the intersection of mobile technology and plasticity-based therapy. Download and try Traffic Controller 2 Lite to see how the iPad can leverage neuroplasticity to improve cognitive, fine and gross motors skills.

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