- Lumosity doesn’t actually improve your cognitive skillsengadget
- Brain-training games don't work, a study suggestsChicago Tribune
- Brain-training games don't really train brains, a new study suggestsSydney Morning Herald
- Study: Lumosity boosts brain function as much as normal video games—by 0%Ars Technica
- Brain training exercises DON'T prevent dementia: Study claims popular video games have NO effect on decision-making or cognitive functionDaily Mail
- Brain-training games don’t really train brains, a new study suggestsWashington Post
- An ancient memorization strategy might cause lasting changes to the brainThe Verge
- NBrain-training app creators join in the genetics gamenews.harvard.edu
- After FTC Hit, Brain-Training Game Company Retools Its PitchInc.
- Want to 'train your brain'? Forget apps, learn a musical instrumentThe Guardian
- Brain-game boon proves to be smallstaradvertiser.com
- Brain game claims can't be proven, study sayswenatcheeworld.com
- Study: Brain game claims can’t be provenThe Columbian
- Remember this: Brain game claims can't be proven, study saysnewsobserver.com
- One sure thing you’ll learn from ‘b - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 PSTThe Spokesman-Review
- Remember this: brain game claims can't be proven, study saysStar Tribune
- UI-led review finds brain-training companies' studies lackingnews-gazette.com
- TLumosity continuing operations after thousands of refund requeststhemanitoban.com
- SKeeping connected through technology: Six tips for seniorssampan.org
- After FTC Crackdown, 'Brain Training' Companies Rethink Their Marketing StrategiesInc.
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