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Brain games and exercises have become the latest fitness trend, but how effective are they in improving everyday memory tasks and preventing dementia? Learn what user-friendly exercises are most effective in improving cognitive ability and how to encourage long-term engagement with these exercises.
Participants in this web seminar will:
|Elizabeth Amini is the CEO of Anti-Aging Games, LLC which features games designed to stimulate the brain and teach tips to reduce risk of early memory loss. A USC MBA graduate, Elizabeth previously worked as a scientist at JPL/NASA for five years.|
|Andrea Chin is a USC gerontology graduate and researcher who specialized in aging and cognitive psychology. She currently focuses on user research and usability consulting for baby boomer audiences.|
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