focusing on helping people improve their brains at all ages. The
information on your
brain; the CPU in your
head, just as easily as you get information on everything else. Now you can track
your brain by following changes in cognition over time.
and games work on any computer.
Our technology and
web service combines
disciplines: education, neuroscience, computer science, genetics,
and ECTs (Elementary Cognitive Tasks). Recent research has
concentrated at Stanford University and has resulted in published
journal articles in the area of cognitive impairment and genetics, as
well as several invited presentations at the premiere
Our research page
to explore and learn more about the technology. We
develop extensible web services while we release
new mind-related games, and from time-to-time license to 3rd parties
for specific purposes. You have the
option of playing a few casual
games as you wish, taking a challenging
scientific test, completing a
series of neuropsychologist-developed games, or using games and tests
your website. Becoming a Partner is easy
for small sites and large
Cognitive Labs is one of the world's largest and most
applications concerned with the brain and cognitive fitness. It has accelerated
from zero in 2005 to almost 20 million visitors as of June 2011. Dr. Michael Addicottis
the founder and Managing Director of Cognitive Labs, a brain training network.
He's lectured and traveled widely around the world. He is a Founder of MySpace and several other start-up enterprises, including one focused on deciphering the cues that will enable high-speed space travel.
Dr. Wes Ashford is a researcher in memory and the brain at Stanford University and the U.S. V.A. in Palo Alto and one of the leading authorities on Alzheimer's Disease and its causes. He received his M.D. from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. His publications have appeared in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, JAMA and others.
as encoded in our DNA strands, form a kind of blueprint or program for
who we are. Scientists are beginning to understand how genes contain
clues to ills or diseases we may face later on in life. For memory,
there is a particular gene known as APOE that scientists have
discovered tells us our risk for memory loss. Some people have
types that are at increased risk compared to others, such as the APOEe4-allele
gene, which carries a significantly greater risk for Memory Loss due to
Alzheimer's, and a greater chance of suffering from early Memory
Loss. Scientists believe that APOEe4-an early human gene, is more
effective at metabolizing fats in a scarce environment, but in today's
nutrient-rich society can lead to difficulties. Our diet and lifestyle
may be causing a bug, if you will, in our genetic program. Finding out
about your genes can be a good idea, for Memory Loss
and a variety of other potential illnesses including heart disease.
all ages enjoy playing games. Our goal at Cognitive Labs is to provide
the widest variety and selection of cognitive
to bookmark the pages after you sign up. If you
are interested in joining our developer program,
simply email us.
The games and tests can be enjoyed by anyone. Many of our users
interested in memory are 35 and over; our casual game users range in
age from college-age to over 100. Some features, games and
tests are likely to appeal to some segments of our membership more than
others. You have veto power. We add
and remove games based on user