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Brain games 'do not improve IQ'


The results of a large scale mass-participation experiment indicates that brain exercise games do not sharpen the mind. Evan Davis was in fact one of the participants who did the exercises very religiously for six weeks. Cambridge neuroscientist Adrian Owen explains the research findings.

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