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  • Brain training shows promise as a treatment for veterans’ cognitive problems after TBI

    Stat - 05/16/2019

    “What this suggests to me is that the benefits are pretty limited, to cognitive tasks similar to those in the brain training program, and don’t appear to generalize to tasks closer to what we experience in the real world,” said psychologist Art Kramer of Northeastern University, who was not involved in the study. “However, this is not unusual for cognitive training. There is some ‘near’ transfer but very little ‘far’ transfer.”

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