Efficacy of Dakim BrainFitness Confirmed in Clinical Trial
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Update: Tuesday, 07 August 2012
By Rick Sill
The results of Dakim’s clinical trial, conducted by researchers at UCLA, were presented at the American Psychological Association’s Annual Conference, August 3, 2012.
Co-author Karen Miller, PhD, associate clinical professor at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA, presented the findings from Dakim’s six month clinical, one of the first studies to analyze the affects on cognition in older adults using a computerized cognitive exercise program—Dakim BrainFitness! The study, noteworthy because of its potential impact on the science and practice of clinical neuropsychology, earned a Blue Ribbon Award from the APA.
The study found the intervention group who used Dakim BrainFitness showed significant improvement in memory and language skills. Furthermore, researchers proposed that brain fitness tools such as Dakim BrainFitness may help protect individuals from cognitive decline associated with aging and Alzheimer’s disease!
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