LearningRx released its 2014 Results Report for 6,000 clients. The data, analyzed for statistical significance, shows impressive cognitive gains. Struggling students who finished LearningRx's one-on-one brain training gained, on average, 15 points in IQ.
Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) June 18, 2014
The country’s premier one-on-one brain training company has released its 2014 Results Report. The report is based on data from 6,000 clients who received brain training from 80 LearningRx Centers in 2011 and 2012.
The data was analyzed for statistical significance by Dr. Kirk Cameron, founder and president of MacStat Consulting. He has more than 20 years’ experience teaching and consulting to private firms and government entities, including the USEPA and the U.S. Air Force. Although Dr. Cameron’s 300-page report is available to the public, a condensed 21-page version has been created for consumers. It can be accessed here: http://www2.learningrx.com/enewsletters/BrainSync/053014/ResultsReport_Parents.pdf.
In addition, a 40-page expanded edition, which includes an interpretation of Dr. Cameron’s findings by Amy Moore, M.A., a college instructor and doctoral candidate in educational psychology with an emphasis on quantitative research, is available online here: http://www2.learningrx.com/enewsletters/BrainSync/053014/ResultsReport_Expanded.pdf.
“The 6,000 clients included college students seeking greater academic success, career, or senior adults wanting to stay mentally sharp, and accident victims wanting to regain skills they had lost due to an injury,” explains LearningRx founder and CEO Dr. Ken Gibson. “But the majority were students struggling to do better in school. The latter group created some of our most impressive results: 3.1 years of reading gains in as little as six months.”
Other impressive results cited in the report:
- After 90 hours of brain training, clients with severe cognitive weaknesses “moved up in line” an average of 29 percentile points.
- After 90 hours of brain training, clients with moderate cognitive weaknesses “moved up in line” an average of 27 percentile points.
- After 90 hours of brain training, clients with above-average cognitive skills “moved up in line” an average of 14 percentile points.
Dr. Gibson says that LearningRx is very transparent about its training results. “Our data has undergone detailed statistical analysis that supports the statistical significance of these results,” he says. “I would also like to take this opportunity to invite other researchers to evaluate our training with their own independent studies.”
LearningRx brain training specializes in treating the cause – not the symptoms – of learning struggles. The programs’ game-like exercises and one-to-one trainer-to-student ratios provide guaranteed dramatic improvement in as little as 12 to 24 weeks. With more than 80 centers across the country, LearningRx brain training can help anyone – from 5 to 85 – increase the speed, power, or function of their brain. Visit http://www.learningrx.com to learn more.