Cogmed Working Memory Training

Cogmed Working Memory Training is a clinically proven program for children and adults with attention deficits related to memory deficits, as well as other learning challenges as a result of poor working memory skills.

Through a home-based computer program, working memory capacity is increased, resulting in stronger attention, logic and reasoning skills, improved concentration, and reduced impulsive behavior. Cogmed programming takes approximately 30-40 minutes per day, 5 days a week, for 5 weeks. The game-like interface is as fun as it is challenging! Eight out of ten children who complete programming show measurable improvement in attention and complex reasoning skills. Parents and teachers report improvements in communication, taking initiative, and independent task completion as well.




Cogmed: Working Memory and Attention Problems
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Jonas Jendi, Cogmed's CEO, decribes how a poor working memory can lead people to h...
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Cogmed: Who Can Benefit from Working Memory Training
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Dr. Torkel Klingberg, professor of neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute and fo...
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Cogmed: Who Can Benefit
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Discover how Cogmed Working Memory Training can benefit children and attention def...
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Cogmed: What is Working Memory
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Dr. Torkel Klingberg, Cogmed's Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, describes wor...
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Cogmed: What is Cogmed
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A brief intoduction to Cogmed, a pioneer in the field of neuroscience and a develo...
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Cogmed: What is a Cogmed Coach
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Cogmed: Training Effects
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Cogmed: The Role of the Family
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Cogmed: The Gaming Experience
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Cogmed: The Future of Brain Training
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Dr. Torkel Klingberg, Cogmed's Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, illustrates h...
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Cogmed: The Assessment
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Cogmed: Success Rates
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Cogmed: Stroke Brain Injury and Working Memory Training
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Cogmed CEO Jonas Jendi discusses the benefits of working memory training for victi...
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