Press releases and reviews

Play Attention Long-Term Study Outclasses Competing Brain Games in School Setting

ASHEVILLE, NC – Randomized, controlled reviews of Play Attention were performed by Tufts University School of Medicine in a long-term review, and follow up review. The reviews were funded by a grant from the US Department of Education to assess the efficacy of brain-training programs in educational settings. The long-term reviewers found that Play Attention produced significant improvements which prompted a 6 month follow up study.

Furthermore, the reviewers performed the studies in Boston schools with a large number of students (104). While the Play Attentoin students did not require increases in medication, the brain game group and secondary control group required ~8 mg increase in their medication.

All three of Tufts Medical School...

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Play Attention Pilot Smashes Competing Brain Games

ASHEVILLE, NC – Randomized, controlled reviews of Play Attention were performed by Tufts University School of Medicine in a pilot review, a long-term review, and follow up review. The reviews were funded by a grant from the US Department of Education to assess the efficacy of brain-training programs in educational settings. The pilot reviewers found that Play Attention produced significant results which prompted the long-term review. All three of the peer-reviewed studies found that simple...

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Play Attention Crushes Competing Brain Games

ASHEVILLE, NC – The first randomized, controlled reviews of Play Attention were performed by Tufts University School of Medicine. The reviews were funded by a grant from the US Department of Education to assess the efficacy of brain-training programs. The reviewers found that Play Attention produced significant results in all three of the peer-reviewed studies and that simple brain training games had little to no positive outcomes for the ADHD population.

The authors of this first systematic...

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