Mind Sparke is the name for one of the premier brain fitness programs available online.
I was very curious about the research behind mind sparke, which is easy to find. My reading of the research led me to believe that this is a very legitimate tool to use, so I bought mind sparke brain fitness pro, in fact I have it on three computers.
The authors of the work I read were Susan Jaeggie and Martin Bueschkull, I believe, my apologies if I have misspelled your names, but their work is very intriguing and exciting.
Using the program baffled me for the first couple of trials, but then I caught on, and I have moved into deeper challenges.
The big thing that I noticed after working on my skill level is that I can focus for longer periods of time on one task, and sort through a schedule internally better than ever before, which is a big deal to an ADD brain which has had to write down its schedule and carry it around all day every day for a life time.
And then the kicker for me was the reference to Bueshkull and Jaeggie's work in my brain fitness bible, Brainfit for Life which is an excellent book for the layperson, but it is authored by neuroscientists Simon Evans, Ph.D. and Paul Burghardt, Ph.D. who want to offer some guidance to consumers trying to sort throught the brain fitness marketing chaff for the mind sparke wheat.
Here is a link to the Mind Sparke program.Mind Sparke Brain Fitness Pro - Software that makes you smarter
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