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Check out the website of eight times World Memory Champion and current Senior World Memory Champion.
Jennifer Gonzalez pulls together the best classroom teaching strategies and cutting edge research. Perfect for teacher’s looking for scientifically proven techniques to bring out the best in their students.
Take a look inside the ADHD mind. Probably the most informative site about ADD on the web.
Support and information for families suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Helping to create a society that works for autistic people.
To become a Mensan, all you need to do is demonstrate you have an IQ in the top two per cent. There is no other criterion.
The society’s aims are to identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity, to provide a stimulating environment for its members and to encourage research into the nature, characteristics and uses of intelligence and also to create a society that is non-political and free from all racial or religious distinctions.
The latest news and research results from the world of neuroscience.
For a wide range of up to date information on how to achieve optimal nutrition, check out Patrick Holfords website. It has a members area where you can get personal advice from the man himself.
Neuroscientist and author of The Women’s Brain Book , Dr Sarah McKay’s website is full of factual and practical information on how your brain actually works and what you can do to make the most of it.
One of the best brain health resources I’ve found recently.
A great read. Most of the articles are intent on debunking pseudo-neuroscience in an uniquely irreverent manner. Engaging, funny and informative.
The author of the site is still active on Twitter but the site itself doesn’t appear to have been updated since 2015. But don’t let that put you off. The articles are still relevant and useful.