How could two teams of scientists examine the same literature and come to conflicting “consensus” views about the effectiveness of brain training?
The disagreement might result from different standards used when evaluating the evidence. To date, the field has lacked a comprehensive review of the brain-training literature, one that examines both the quantity and the quality of the evidence according to a well-defined set of best practices. This article provides such a review.
Read the article at Psychological Science in the Public Interest</em>.