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Over 40 Brain fitness games, designed to enhance your critical cognitive skills like memory, focus, attention and brain speed.

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Brain Training Games

The Brainturk games are designed to develop your intellectual, motor skills, emotional, episodic memory and communication skills. You can also get headspace for free using our 5 min guided meditation to train your brain by using holistic brain development techniques.

Brain Teasers with Answers

Collection of puzzles and riddles to challenge your brain.

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Cognitive Games

Improve your brain performance by playing brain games designed by brain researchers and psychologists. It's free to start online and works on tablets

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Researchers Using Brainturk

Sharon M Ramsay

MPH (Doctoral Candidate, Binghamton University)

The focus of her research is the impact of brain training on children in early childhood (6-8 years old).

Brian Piper

Ph.D., M.S

His research interests are varied and include developing computerized measures of neurobehavioral function that can be used across a wide range of ages.

Peter Gerhardstein

Ph.D.

Gerhardstein’s research, funded by the National Science Foundation, is directed toward understanding how children learn from touchscreens, video, and other 2D media.

Pamela Sandoval

Ph.D.

She has been in higher education for over twenty years with extensive experience in public policy and urban education. She teaches research methods, policy, and social foundations.

Christian Schaaf

MD, PhD, FACMG

He researches the genetic causes of neuropsychiatric disorders in general, and autism spectrum disorder in particular.

Brooke M DeWitt

MA (Doctoral Candidate, School Psychology)

The primary purpose of this study is to see if moderate to vigorous activity can promote changes in student engagement in a classroom setting through changes in response inhibition.

Nancy Barber

MA (Speech Pathology)

She is researching the acute language and cognitive recovery profiles of bilingual persons who have had a stroke or head injury.

Jessica Moschetto

B.S.

With the help of the Brainturk website and a group of dedicated students, she is conducting a study investigating the effects of Lemonade on decision-making.

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