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In Volume 2: Level 2: Building Core Strength, the brain puzzles are more challenging than the beginner exercises of Volume 1, but they are not at the intermediate level of Volume 3 or the advanced level of Volume 4. The Level 2 exercises are designed to build on the momentum of the introductory Level 1 exercises, adding puzzles that will continue to develop and enhance basic right brain/left brain skills (though it is not necessary to complete Volume 1 in order to do Volume 2 -- each book stands on its own). The processing speed puzzles in Volume 2 will help readers concentrate on ""building core strength"" that will enhance mental agility. While the puzzles in Level 2 are still fairly easy and won't be daunting to most beginners, they provide a higher level of mental stretch than Level 1. The other volumes in this series include Level 3: Increasing Stamina (puzzles at an intermediate level of difficulty) and Level 4: Accelerating the Pace (puzzles that are at an advanced level to challenge and stimulate brain activity), both available in spring 2013.
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Corinne Lille Gediman is an adult learning specialist and subject matter expert in how to train for a better brain. She is the author of two previously published books on memory enhancement and mental agility including Brainfit: 10 Minutes a Day for a Sharper Mind and Memory (Rutledge Hill Press), and SuperCharge Your Memory! (Sterling Press). Brainfit has been published into Chinese and Portuguese. Ms. Gediman is a sought after speaker on cruise ships (Queen Mary II), resort spas (Canyon Ranch), and on syndicated radio talk shows. She has appeared on the T.V. news program Good Morning Miami. In addition to her work in the field of neural plasticity, Ms. Gediman is a managing principle in the firm of Proactive Safety Performance LLC. In this capacity she helps corporations to build safer work cultures by hard wiring safety into the hearts and minds of employees. Dr. Francis Michael Crinella is the Director of the Neuropsychology Laboratory and a Clinical Professor of Neuropsychology at the University of California at Irvine. He is a highly respected neuropsychologist who has devoted his career to the study of brain function and brain plasticity . Dr. Crinellas history as a memory researcher dates back to 1966, when he began working with the great Bob Thompson, at Louisiana State University. Bob Thompson was a student of the father of American neuropsychology, Karl Lashley, who dedicated his life to searching for the memory engram (a protoplasmic alteration hypothesized to occur on stimulation of living neural tissue and to account for memory). In addition to teaching and his clinical practice, Dr. Crinella has conducted numerous research studies and written many academic papers on brain plasticity, memory and mental agility.
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Book Description Sellers Publishing Inc, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111416208534
Book Description Sellers Publishing Inc, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1416208534