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Cogmed response to Shipstead et al. (2012)

 

Posted: October 3rd, 2012 - An article by Shipstead et al. presenting a critical view of Cogmed Working Memory Training and its evidence base was published in the Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (JARMAC) late last week. We would like to share with you our response. Independent researchers have also provided comment on the Shipstead paper, most of which offer more moderate or positive perspectives. They are available for through JARMAC.

Cogmed: The Leader in Evidence-based Working Memory Training

 

In Depth Response to Shipstead et al. (2012) For a pdf version of this response, click here To read the Cogmed Claims and Evidence, click here Based on more than 25 peer-reviewed studies, Cogmed is the most evidence-based computer intervention for working memory (WM) and attention in the world. No other commercial WM training program […]

Research Commentary

 

Cogmed: The Leader in Evidence-based Working Memory Training Abstract Based on more than 25 peer-reviewed studies, Cogmed is the most evidence-based computer intervention for working memory (WM) and attention in the world. No other commercial WM training program so actively pursues research validation or employs such discretion in aligning claims with evidence. Contrary to the […]