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(p. 11) Should We Brain-Train in School? 

(p. 11) Should We Brain-Train in School?
(p. 11) Should We Brain-Train in School?

Amir Raz

, and Sheida Rabipour

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date: 03 June 2020

“Should We Brain-Train in School” highlights current efforts to disseminate training programs and examines whether these should be incorporated into educational curricula. It addresses both sides of the argument, looking at studies that validate certain training programs, supporting their impact on both children and adults. It also acknowledges that many claims made by researchers extend beyond realistic expectations and addresses the topic of neuroplasticity in relation to brain training.

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