LearningRx reviews study on pregnancy, licorice and ADHD

Jun 20, 2017 by

Licorice intake during pregnancy linked to ADHD in offspring New research indicates that women who consume a lot of licorice during pregnancy may be more likely to have offspring who develop ADHD....

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LearningRx reviews evidence that brain resets during sleep

May 27, 2017 by

Visual evidence that the brain resets during sleep Microscopic images showed researchers how the synapses between two nerve cells shrink during sleep and grow when we’re awake....

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LearningRx reviews study on brain mapping preemies

Apr 23, 2017 by

Brain mapping preemies can help predict and prevent effects of childhood brain injury Scientists studying premature babies found that a high number of small white matter lesions in the brain accurately predicted motor problems at 18 months. In addition, a large number of white matter injuries in the frontal lobe predicted reasoning problems....

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LearningRx reviews study on musicians’ fast reaction times...

Apr 19, 2017 by

Musicians have faster reaction times than non-musicians Researchers have found that musicians have faster reaction times than non-musicians for auditory, tactile and audio-tactile stimulations....

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LearningRx reviews new study on ADHD

Apr 15, 2017 by

Study says younger children may be over-diagnosed with ADHD There’s new evidence indicating that a child’s birth date may affect the chance they’ll be diagnosed with ADHD....

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LearningRx reviews study on how retrieval practice may protect memory...

Mar 9, 2017 by

Tufts University researchers found that taking practice tests—compared to just restudying material—countered the adverse effects of stress on memory....

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LearningRx reviews oppositional behavior & academics study...

Mar 7, 2017 by

A survey of parents of 226 school-age children who had been previously identified as having oppositional behavior and academic difficulties, found that many reported significant improvements in behavior and academics following LearningRx (www.LearningRx.com) personal brain training. The results have been published in LearningRx’s 48-page 2016 edition of “Client Outcomes and Research Results,” which can be downloaded here:http://www.learningrx.com/our-programs/learningrx-results/. The study consisted of three groups: 77 students who completed 60 hours of ThinkRx cognitive training; 69 students who completed 120 hours of ReadRx cognitive training, and a control group of 80 students who didn’t undergo any training. The results showed: Both treatment groups saw a reduction in academic difficulty The control group saw an increase in academic difficulty Both treatment groups improved on ratings of oppositional behavior The control group’s ratings of oppositional behavior worsened The original dissertation, “The Real-Life Benefits of Cognitive Training” by Edward J. Jedlicka can be found...

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