Cognitive Labs offers games and exercises grounded in neuropsychological research conducted at Stanford, UC-Irvine, Scripps and UC-Berkeley that enable people to track and monitor their own cognitive performance down to the level of genetic indicators for certain disorders according to research conducted by objective scientists. Cognitive Labs has grown steadily since the site was launched in 2005 by its founder Michael Addicott, with key research published in 2008. 2010 is the biggest year to date.
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