It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

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  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    That's possible. Memory and decision making doesn't have anything to do with each other. Of course, memory can be increased, but even people with lesser memories can take correct logical decisions.

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    Very true, in fact there are different methods to improve working capacity of our brain but the decision making is something that is natural and depends on individuals. Incidentally, I read an article or news item recently which said that if older people do not keep their minds active by way of video games or other methods, they may forget the difference in between kitchen and a toilet. :ohmy:

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  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    Ability to hold information in mind is altogether a different proposition from the ability to reasoning. Retentive capacity may help you in piling up the information. But its only reasoning and intelligence will help the piled data to arrange in the required order. A disorderly data is nothing but clutter and chaos.

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    Very true, in fact there are different methods to improve working capacity of our brain but the decision making is something that is natural and depends on individuals. Incidentally, I read an article or news item recently which said that if older people do not keep their minds active by way of video games or other methods, they may forget the difference in between kitchen and a toilet. :ohmy:


    Keeping brain active is a exercise of brain, it may be way of video game our reading books or solving puzzels.

  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    Very true, in fact there are different methods to improve working capacity of our brain but the decision making is something that is natural and depends on individuals. Incidentally, I read an article or news item recently which said that if older people do not keep their minds active by way of video games or other methods, they may forget the difference in between kitchen and a toilet. :ohmy:


    Keeping brain active is a exercise of brain, it may be way of video game our reading books or solving puzzels.

    When you say exercise, it can come in any form. What you mentioned are also the way and means of keeping the brain active. It can, and does differ from person to person.

  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    Very true, in fact there are different methods to improve working capacity of our brain but the decision making is something that is natural and depends on individuals. Incidentally, I read an article or news item recently which said that if older people do not keep their minds active by way of video games or other methods, they may forget the difference in between kitchen and a toilet. :ohmy:


    Keeping brain active is a exercise of brain, it may be way of video game our reading books or solving puzzels.

    When you say exercise, it can come in any form. What you mentioned are also the way and means of keeping the brain active. It can, and does differ from person to person.


    Yes reaction and grasping capacity may differ but the purpose is same 'keep brain active'

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  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    Very true, in fact there are different methods to improve working capacity of our brain but the decision making is something that is natural and depends on individuals. Incidentally, I read an article or news item recently which said that if older people do not keep their minds active by way of video games or other methods, they may forget the difference in between kitchen and a toilet. :ohmy:


    Keeping brain active is a exercise of brain, it may be way of video game our reading books or solving puzzels.

    When you say exercise, it can come in any form. What you mentioned are also the way and means of keeping the brain active. It can, and does differ from person to person.


    Yes reaction and grasping capacity may differ but the purpose is same 'keep brain active'

    When the intention itself is that of keeping the brain active, then that purpose will be solved. But for some people, a certain activity may look trivial and for some others it may seem challenging. It differs from every person as well as the interests.

  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    Very true, in fact there are different methods to improve working capacity of our brain but the decision making is something that is natural and depends on individuals. Incidentally, I read an article or news item recently which said that if older people do not keep their minds active by way of video games or other methods, they may forget the difference in between kitchen and a toilet. :ohmy:


    Keeping brain active is a exercise of brain, it may be way of video game our reading books or solving puzzels.

    When you say exercise, it can come in any form. What you mentioned are also the way and means of keeping the brain active. It can, and does differ from person to person.


    Yes reaction and grasping capacity may differ but the purpose is same 'keep brain active'

    When the intention itself is that of keeping the brain active, then that purpose will be solved. But for some people, a certain activity may look trivial and for some others it may seem challenging. It differs from every person as well as the interests.


    It proves the very purpose of thread topic is absolutely right. One can only train a brain but intelligence comes naturally.

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  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    When efficiency is increased through practice it shows the positive outcome.Intelligence is afterall efficiency and the ability to grasp one's surroundings and react to it in the most efficient manner.Altgough it is hereditory, whatever is inherited can still be enhanced through practice..

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  • Re: Can brain training really boost intelligence

    by » 9 years ago


    It is seen from a research that various brain training methods simply enhance your capacity to retain memory. This is like increasing RAM in a computer. But these do not help capacity to take decision.

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/362661/039brain-training039-boosts-working-memory.html


    Very true, in fact there are different methods to improve working capacity of our brain but the decision making is something that is natural and depends on individuals. Incidentally, I read an article or news item recently which said that if older people do not keep their minds active by way of video games or other methods, they may forget the difference in between kitchen and a toilet. :ohmy:


    Keeping brain active is a exercise of brain, it may be way of video game our reading books or solving puzzels.

    When you say exercise, it can come in any form. What you mentioned are also the way and means of keeping the brain active. It can, and does differ from person to person.


    Yes reaction and grasping capacity may differ but the purpose is same 'keep brain active'

    When the intention itself is that of keeping the brain active, then that purpose will be solved. But for some people, a certain activity may look trivial and for some others it may seem challenging. It differs from every person as well as the interests.


    Brain is also a muscle. Regular work outs will keep you fit. But when it comes to boosting of IQ, it has limited possibilities.

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