Something I noticed when I reached 9nb was an increased ability to play videogames. I know its a poor example but I think it is somewhat relevant. In modern warfare it was like I could never not score in the top 3 players. This was after about a year of not playing it as well. Other than that I guess I'm more argumentative, among friends I'm known as spock.
On Oct 25, 2010 2:39 AM, "A.Four.Sigma" <david...@gmail.com> wrote:
By going stale, I mean did the rate of cognitive improvement slow down
at such high levels? Or when reaching them did you feel like your
thinking was reaching new levels?
Interested to know if it is "worth" getting to such levels, and what
it is like.
On Oct 25, 1:34 am, "A.Four.Sigma" <davidsky...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anyone have a g...
On Oct 25, 2010 7:56 PM, "likeprestige" <plast...@live.com.au> wrote:
That's an awesome example! You should enter some comps to capitalize ($
$$) on it, haha...
On Oct 26, 1:38 am, Jelani Sims <gouki...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Something I noticed when I reached 9n...
> On Oct 25, 2010 2:39 AM, "A.Four.Sigma" <davidsky...@gmail.com> wrote:
> By going stale, I mean ...
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I wonder if the long-term improvement of dnb scores is because the
brain specializes at the task rather than any general improvement.
Does anyone know if their digit span also increased because of n-back,
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