Computerized training for neuroplasticity and cognitive improvement

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The research area of brain plasticity studies indicates that individuals can train and improve their cognitive abilities throughout life. In addition, more and more computerized training tools are presented in recent studies. The purpose of this study is to review studies of the last decade in the field of cognitive training using Information and Communication Technologies, to record the cognitive improvement techniques used, as well as to evaluate the effectiveness of these intervention programs. As indicated by the literature review, computer-based tools, mobile training apps and video games could be used in intervention studies for cognitive improvement. In addition, cognitive training techniques seem to be significantly effective for the cognitive improvement of healthy or cognitive impaired individuals.




Pappas, M. A., & Drigas, A. S. (2019). Computerized training for neuroplasticity and cognitive improvement. International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy, 9(4), 50–62.

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