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Michael M Merzenich, Hyun Kyu Lee, Chung Hay Luk, Mor Nahum, Jyoti Mishra Ramanathan, Thomas Matthew Van Vleet, Henry W Mahncke, Travis William Wade, Peter Brendan Delahunt, Jefferson Arthur Dewey, Samuel Chungchi Chan, Gregory Michael Sabatini, Donald Kelly Richards, Wesley Marshall Jackson: Neuroplasticity games. POSIT SCIENCE CORPORATION, Eric W Cernyar, James W Huffman, April 12, 2016: US09308445 (14 worldwide citation)

A game delivery system delivers a plurality of games in a training program. The training program is configured to systematically drive neurological changes to overcome cognitive deficits associated with a neurological disorder. In one embodiment, the training program includes an initial batch of gam ...


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Michael M Merzenich, Chung Hay Luk, Mor Nahum, Jyoti Mishra Ramanathan, Thomas Matthew Van Vleet: Neuroplasticity games for addiction. POSIT SCIENCE CORPORATION, Eric W Cernyar, James W Huffman, April 5, 2016: US09302179 (4 worldwide citation)

A training program is configured to systematically drive neurological changes to treat an addiction, wherein a plurality of addiction-related stimuli stimulate craving for the object of the addiction. The training program comprises at least one computerized reverse conditioning game configured to pr ...


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Michael M Merzenich, Mor Nahum: Neuroplasticity games for social cognition disorders. POSIT SCIENCE CORPORATION, Eric W Cernyar, James W Huffman, April 12, 2016: US09308446 (3 worldwide citation)

A training program is configured to systematically drive neurological changes to overcome social cognitive deficits. Various games challenge the participant to observe gaze directions in facial images, match faces from different angles, reconstruct face sequence, memorize social details about sequen ...


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Michael M Merzenich, Chung Hay Luk, Mor Nahum, Thomas Matthew Van Vleet: Neuroplasticity games for depression. POSIT SCIENCE CORPORATION, Eric W Cernyar, James W Huffman, March 21, 2017: US09601026

A training program is configured to systematically drive neurological changes to treat depression, mood and anxiety disorders. In one embodiment, a reward renormalization game presents a plurality of stimuli, a subset of which are positively affective, and the remainder of which are neutral or negat ...


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Michael M Merzenich, Chung Hay Luk, Mor Nahum, Jyoti Mishra Ramanathan, Thomas Matthew Van Vleet: Neuroplasticity games for addiction. POSIT SCIENCE CORPORATION, Eric W Cernyar, James W Huffman, November 21, 2017: US09824602

A training program is configured to systematically drive neurological changes to treat an addiction, wherein a plurality of addiction-related stimuli stimulate craving for the object of the addiction. The training program comprises at least one computerized reverse conditioning game configured to pr ...


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Michael M Merzenich, Mor Nahum: Neuroplasticity games for social cognition disorders. POSIT SCIENCE CORPORATION, Eric W Cernyar, James W Huffman, February 6, 2018: US09886866

A training program is configured to systematically drive neurological changes to overcome social cognitive deficits. Various games challenge the participant to observe gaze directions in facial images, match faces from different angles, reconstruct face sequence, memorize social details about sequen ...


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Michael M Merzenich, Hyun Kyu Lee, Chung Hay Luk, Mor Nahum, Jyoti Mishra Ramanathan, Henry W Mahncke, Thomas Matthew Van Vleet, Travis William Wade, Peter Brendan Delahunt, Jefferson Arthur Dewey, Samuel Chungchi Chan, Gregory Michael Sabatini, Donald Kelly Richards, Wesley Marshall Jackson: Neuroplasticity games. POSIT SCIENCE CORPORATION, Eric W Cernyar, James W Huffman, March 6, 2018: US09911348

A game delivery system delivers a plurality of games in a training program. The training program is configured to systematically drive neurological changes to overcome cognitive deficits associated with a neurological disorder. In one embodiment, the training program includes an initial batch of gam ...