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(p. 295) Conclusion: The Case for Brain Training 

(p. 295) Conclusion: The Case for Brain Training
(p. 295) Conclusion: The Case for Brain Training

Amir Raz

, and Sheida Rabipour

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date: 03 June 2020

“Conclusion: The Case for Brain Training” explores the relative merits and shortcomings of behavioral exercises to preserve, enhance, and restore mental function. It provides the available data and allows the reader to form an educated opinion regarding the present state of affairs and how available interventions may help different crowds.

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