Optimization of Cognitive Training Tasks to Speed Up Learning


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Lumosity, the online cognitive and neuroscience research company, presents a study entitled "Optimizing Cognitive Training Task Designs to Improve Learning Rates in a Large Online Population."

The study shows that changing various psychophysical task parameters that make a task more challenging led to different learning rates of the tasks, resulting to faster improvement in attention and spatial memory tasks.


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