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July 25, 2012

Research Study aimed at Improving Memory Seeking Participants (ages 22-50)

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Are you interested in improving your memory and thinking? If you answered yes then researchers at the University of Maryland are looking for you. The Decision, Attention, and Memory Lab is currently conducting a study examining Brain Training. The current study involves computer games, cognitive tasks and fMRI scanning. Participants will spend 30 minutes per day, 7 days per week, for 5 weeks engaging in cognitive games. Participants can do these games on their own computer via the internet. Cognitive tasks will be completed at the University of Maryland, College Park campus before and after the computer games. Participants will also undergo fMRI scanning of their brain before and after the training and be given a picture of their brain. If you are healthy, aged 22-50, and an English speaker you may eligible to participate. For more information CONTACT: Dr. Amber Sprenger trainingcognition@gmail.com (301) 405-8374 {Will appear in FYI on Jul 25, 2012
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Biology - Psychology
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Dr. Amber Sprenger Decision, Attention, and Memory Lab (301) 405-8374 trainingcognition@gmail.com www.bsos.umd.edu/psyc/dougherty/


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