The science behind brainrx one-on-one Brain training

The science behind brainrx one-on-one Brain training

The Learning Model is grounded in the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory of intelligence, which describes thinking as a set of seven broad abilities: comprehension, knowledge, long-term retrieval, visual-spatial thinking, auditory processing, fluid reasoning,...
Answers to Parent’s most asked questions:

Answers to Parent’s most asked questions:

BrainRx Cognitive Skills Testing & Training 1. Can you give me a reason to feel more confident about this school year? Yes! If your child struggles with learning, reading, or attention difficulties, or just wants good grades and high achievement to come a bit...
Why BrainRx is best

Why BrainRx is best

“Executive processing is dependent upon the collective interplay of brain networks underlying fundamental cognitive skills. In ways, one’s executive processing is only as strong as one’s weakest cognitive skill. Cognitive training offers the most promising method for...
How to improve brain functioning

How to improve brain functioning

Have you ever carried out a rigid exercise plan/diet and observed the results in front of a mirror? There is nothing as rewarding as seeing results! Within health and fitness one can observe these positive changes both through physical modifications as well as through...
LearningRx Brain Training with Dr. Amy Moore

LearningRx Brain Training with Dr. Amy Moore

Cognitive skills that facilitate learning can be taught. The science of Neuroplasticity means that the brain has a lifelong ability to grow and change no matter how old you are. This means that the way you think, learn, pay attention – even your IQ – is...
Meeting the Challenges of Adult ADHD

Meeting the Challenges of Adult ADHD

Four percent of adults have ADHD. Millions more have enough “fast mind” traits to keep them from performing as well as they should. Here are a few of the suggestions we lay out to help people get the most out of their fast minds. • Know your strengths and then focus...