BrainTrain

The BrainTrain project is one of the Research Centres of Excellence (2015-2018) at the Abo Akademi University, Turku, Finland. The project studies working memory training, its cognitive and neural mechanisms, and the mental architecture of executive functions. A related research topic is executive functioning in bilingualism. The research group is funded by Abo Akademi University Endowment, Academy of Finland, and C.G. Sundell Foundation.

News

4TH LEARNING AND PLASTICITY MEETING IN FINNISH LAPLAND IN APRIL 2018!

FIRST CALL FOR THE FOURTH LEARNING AND PLASTICITY MEETING, Äkäslompolo, Finland, April 8-11, 2018

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EIGHT PRESENTATIONS BY THE BRAINTRAIN GROUP IN ESCOP 2017

Together with ca 750 other delegates, the whole BrainTrain research group attended the 20th European Society for Cognitive Psychology conference....

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NEW EVIDENCE ON THE NEUROCHEMISTRY OF WORKING MEMORY TRAINING

In collaboration with our Swedish colleagues, we have published a new PET-dopamine study on the effects working memory training. It...

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Contact

Department of Psychology
Abo Akademi University
Fabriksgatan 2
FI-20500 Turku
Finland

Email

firstname.lastname@abo.fi