VIDEO: Short term memory exercise (that really works)
July 27, 2011
University of Michigan memory researcher prof
John Jonides, PhD, shares the findings of his study using the " n-back" program & testing - which demonstrated that it is possible to train the brain to increase short-term memory. You can make the tests as easy or hard as you want. See links to the tests he mentions, below. VIDEO
Here are the links to the n-back tests mentioned in the video.
Source: Thanks to UMNewsService
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