Memory loss is one of the first symptoms of brain decline. The benefits of cross training with new and novel material is well documented by research scientists and is critical for the generation of new neural networks in the brain
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) September 29, 2009
HAPPYneuron's newest memory training game, Restaurant, uses the metaphor or a waiter taking orders and serving meals to help individuals improve their short term memory and attention skills. This further strengthens HAPPYneuron's brain fitness program by continually delivering more novelty and variety than any other brain training program available today.
The waiter in the Restaurant metaphor is one that everyone can relate to. Waiter's have notoriously great memory: they have to take and serve food and drink orders while remembering incidental requests such as water, bread, ketchup, etc. The best waiters and waitresses can serve the right meal to the right person even if the seating arrangements have been changed since ordering.
"Everyone needs good attention and visual memory each and every day to remember people's faces, associate faces with names, memorize notes from school or work, or retrace your steps through town," explains Bernard Croisile, MD, PhD and HAPPYneuron's Chief Science Officer. "The Restaurant memory training game sharpens these skills."
"Memory loss is one of the first symptoms of brain decline. The benefits of cross training with new and novel material is well documented by research scientists and is critical for the generation of new neural networks in the brain," adds Dr. Croisile. "We are pleased to launch the Restaurant memory training game, reinforcing HAPPYneuron's goal to deliver significant novelty and variety to the cognitive cross training program."
Information about HAPPYneuron's Restaurant memory training game can be found at Restaurant. It is available to subscribing members of HAPPYneuron's brain fitness program. Membership list price is $9.95 per month or $99.95 per year.
About HAPPYneuron: A pioneer in brain fitness, HAPPYneuron offers a variety of scientifically validated, personalized cross-training programs. Cognitive sharpening is optimized through the availability of thousands of hours of fun and challenging brain games and guided by a virtual personal coach. The program delivers the highest standard of accuracy in peer performance feedback via the largest worldwide cognitive results database. HAPPYneuron is a majority owned subsidiary of Scientific Brain Training (NYSE Euronext: MLSBT). To learn more about HAPPYneuron, Inc. visit Happy Neuron.com.
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