Play With Science

Find state-of-the-science information and tips to promote brain health through gaming. Evidence-based games include video games, card & board games, brain training games and educational games.

Card & Board Games

Card & board games are mentally challenging and can bring you closer to your friends and family. Learn more...

Video Games

Video games are well-suited to improve brain health both with friends and at your own. Learn more...

Educational Games

Educational games may not only improve knowledge and skills but as a side effect also brain health. Learn more...

Brain Training Games

Brain training games are developed to specifically improve cognitive abilities important for daily life. Learn more...

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Wissenschaftliche Referenzen

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  2. Baer, L.H., Tabri, N., Blair, M., Bye, D., Li, K.Z.H., and Pushkar, D. (2013). Longitudinal Associations of Need for Cognition, Cognitive Activity, and Depressive Symptomatology With Cognitive Function in Recent Retirees. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 68, 655-664. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbs112.
  3. Eskes, G., Longman, S., Brown, A., Mcmorris, C., Langdon, K., Hogan, D., and Poulin, M. (2010). Contribution of physical fitness, cerebrovascular reserve and cognitive stimulation to cognitive function in post-menopausal women. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2, 1-7. doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2010.00137.
  4. Angevaren, M., Vanhees, L., Wendel-Vos, W., Verhaar, H., Aufdemkampe, G., Aleman, A., and Verschuren, W. (2007). Intensity, but not duration, of physical activities is related to cognitive function. European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation 14, 825-830.