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Brain Center Releases Brain Training Title  NeuroActive Learning

Brain Center Releases Brain Training Title NeuroActive Learning

August 18, 2009 | By Danny Cowan

August 18, 2009 | By Danny Cowan
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Brain Center International announced the launch of NeuroActive Learning, an educational game for PC platforms that promotes learning in students, adults, and seniors.

Developed by Brain Center International's team of physicians and neuroscience specialists, NeuroActive Learning uses artificial intelligence that adapts to learning patterns in individual users.

NeuroActive Learning contains a number of puzzles and brain exercises designed to aid in learning and retention in several subjects. Much of the game relies on Brain Center's "neuroplasticity" theory, which posits that the human brain can learn at an improved rate in certain in-game situations.

"Learning is the fastest-working, most fun solution for people seeking to boost their learning abilities," said Brain Center America CEO Stephane Bergeron. "It accelerates the learning process and makes learning easier by developing the skills, abilities and mechanisms the brain uses to learn: from reading comprehension and retention to problem-solving skills, critical thinking, speed of analysis, memory and more."

Bergeron continues: "Brain Center's newest program helps students improve their grades, employees master new skills at work, and boomers and seniors learn new languages and keep their brains sharp. This fun and engaging program also includes five bonus tutorials on memory training and speed-reading to ensure maximum results."

NeuroActive Learning is currently available online at Brain Center's website and at retail outlets.

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