Corinne Lille Gediman is an adult learning specialist with 25 years experience with a broad range of corporate, national, and international clients. She is a member of the American Society for Training and Development, New England's Speaker's association, The Alzheimer's Association and the national council on aging. She is married with one child. She splits her time between New England and South Florida.
Dr. Francis Michael Crinella is a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry and Director, University of California, Irvine, Child Development Center Neuropsychology Laboratory. He is an authority on Brain Plasticity.
This book is well organized and has good explanations of brain function and how the exercises work.Published 4 months ago by Judith Montgomery
I bought this to try and get some help for my memory. I think (ha ha) it is working. I think this is definitely worth the money and time.Published 10 months ago by sphericalmatter
This book is a great way to keep your brain fit... or feel like you are. I like the idea of exercising physically and mentally.Published 12 months ago by heather
was great i guess. was a gift for someone else. i have not herd anything back
again why do i need to say more
This book has many clinical type activities and lifestyle things that a person can do to improve their brain health.Published 18 months ago by LuAnn Lundquist
The narratives are educational and the activities are unique and varied. I have already transfered tips into my daily living.Published 19 months ago by Wisdom Within
One of the best brain training books I have used. The variety and format of information and exercises were very stimulating.Published 23 months ago by artsy12
It definitely helps the 'ole noodle. I can feel the neurons jumping when I do the workouts, they're easy yet challenging...and there's useful info as well.Published on September 9, 2012 by michael swanson