Brain gaming, also referred to as brain training, uses a broad range of interactive technologies (eg, smart phones, tablets, computers) to deliver games (eg, thinking assessments and exercises) designed to engage cognitive skills. Brain gaming is gaining popularity among adults and individuals with cognitive dysfunction. Interest in the therapeutic benefits of brain gaming has been growing among researchers and clinicians. At this time there is very limited scientific evidence supporting the benefits of brain gaming technologies for preventing cognitive decline and/or improving cognitive function.
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