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"Forget Brain Age: Researchers Develop Software That Makes You Smarter" - WIRED, April 2008

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"Improving fluid intelligence with training on working memory" - The National Academy of Science of the USA, Feb 2008

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In psychology, fluid and crystallized intelligence (abbreviated Gf and Gc, respectively) are factors of general intelligence originally identified by Raymond Cattell.

Fluid intelligence is the ability to find meaning in confusion and solve new problems. It is the ability to draw inferences and understand the relationships of various concepts, independent of acquired knowledge.

Crystallized intelligence is the ability to use skills, knowledge, and experience. It should not be equated with memory or knowledge, but it does rely on accessing information from long-term memory.

Dual n-back

The dual n-back task was proposed by Susanne Jaeggi et al. in 2003. In this variation, two independent sequences are presented simultaneously, typically using different types of stimuli, such as one auditory and one visual.

In a 2008 research paper Jaeggi et al. claim that practicing a dual n-back task can increase fluid intelligence, as measured in several different standard tests. This resulted in some attention from popular media, including an article in Wired.

In 2009, it was reported in Science that '14 hours of training over 5 weeks' led to measurable density changes for cortical dopamine neuroreceptors.

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