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Your brain report will show your performance in three important cognitive domains: short-term memory, reasoning and verbal ability. But we didn't just make these up because they sound good. They are a result of the largest online intelligence study ever conducted, which used Cambridge Brain Sciences tests and involved 45,000 people!Get started for free
These are real snapshots of the brain gathered from
over 10,000 brain imaging studies!
Your ability to actively hold and recall a piece of information in your brain – like remembering where you left your wallet or keys.
Your ability to produce and understand verbal information – like articulating your thoughts in an important meeting or conversation.
Your ability to manipulate information according to logical rules that enable you to make good decisions – like weighing your options when making an important purchase.
Your brain is an ever-changing organ, which means one data point simply won't suffice. That's why Cambridge Brain Sciences lets you monitor and track important changes in your brain health over time with simple and easy-to-read dashboards. It's perfect for the self-experimenter, or anyone else looking to keep a quantified record of brain health.Get started for free
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So you have trends, and that’s pretty awesome. But what’s driving the peaks and valleys? Enter, Insights. With Insights, you’ll see how your brain function changes with your daily routine, so you can develop healthier habits that enable you to be at your best every day.
Our staff scientists routinely analyse the latest research on the brain in order to deliver actionable insights directly to your inbox. Plus, if you ever have a science question, you can speak directly with a real neuroscientist faster than you can say “noggin”.