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Brain Games® #1: Lower Your Brain Age in Minutes a Day | Spiral-bound

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Binding:  Spiral-bound
Publisher:  Publications International, Ltd.
Edition:  Spith Edition
Page Count:  192 Pages
Publication Date:  December 15, 2007
Sales Rank:  1561st


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• Brain Games 1: Memory Reasoning
• Creative Thinkingmore
• Category: Games & Activities
• Learning Materials
• Critical Thinking


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Product Description
This is the first book in the popular Brain Games® Lower Your Brain Age in Minutes a Day series, which was developed to help people increase their memory, sharpen their reasoning, and expand their creative thinking. Working the puzzles in this book can provide a vigorous mental workout for virtually everyone from teenagers to senior citizens.The book is divided into five sections of puzzles, each progressively more difficult. Self-assessment questionnaires help you gauge your progress, and solutions to all the puzzles are provided in the final section of the book. Like physical exercise, mental exercise needs to be varied for optimal results, and Brain Games® #1 challenges you with puzzles of every type:* Anagrams * Crosswords * Cryptograms * Drawing Exercises * Language Puzzles * Logic Puzzles * Math Puzzles * Mazes * Memory * Observation and Perspective Puzzles * Sequencing * Visual Logic Puzzles * Word SearchesBrain Games: Lower Your Brain Age in Minutes a Day was developed in consultation with Elkhonon Goldberg, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist who created the Cognitive Enhancement Program, a fitness center for the brain. Mr. Goldberg is the author of The Wisdom Paradox: How Your Mind Can Grow Stronger as Your Brain Grows Older.

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