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William M Jenkins, Bret E Peterson, Steven Miller, Michael M Merzenich, Paula Tallal: Uniform motivation for multiple computer-assisted training systems. Scientific Learning, James D Ivey, September 19, 2000: US06120298 (34 worldwide citation)

Computer implemented training exercises present stimuli to a user and receive responses by the user to the stimuli. The stimuli are specifically selected to challenge and improve a cognitive ability of the user, e.g., the ability to perceive and understand spoken language. As a result, the stimuli c ...


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William M Jenkins, Bret E Peterson, Steven Miller, Michael M Merzenich, Paula Tallal: Uniform motivation for multiple computer-assisted training systems. Scientific Learning, James D Ivey, July 1, 2003: US06585519 (27 worldwide citation)

Computer implemented training exercises present stimuli to a user and receive responses by the user to the stimuli. The stimuli are specifically selected to challenge and improve a cognitive ability of the user, e.g., the ability to perceive and understand spoken language. As a result, the stimuli c ...


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William M Jenkins, Bret E Peterson, Steven Miller, Michael M Merzenich, Paula Tallal: Uniform motivation for multiple computer-assisted training systems. Scientific Learning, James D Ivey, March 18, 2003: US06533584 (16 worldwide citation)

Computer implemented training exercises present stimuli to a user and receive responses by the user to the stimuli. The stimuli are specifically selected to challenge and improve a cognitive ability of the user, e.g., the ability to perceive and understand spoken language. As a result, the stimuli c ...


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Jenkins William M, Peterson Bret E, Miller Steven, Merzenich Michael M, Tallal Paula: Uniform motivation for multiple computer-assisted training systems. Scientific Learning, Jenkins William M, Peterson Bret E, Miller Steven, Merzenich Michael M, Tallal Paula, IVEY James D, July 29, 1999: WO/1999/038137

Computer-implemented training exercises present stimuli to a user and receive responses by the user to the stimuli. The stimuli are specifically selected to challenge and improve cognitive ability of the user, e.g., the ability to perceive and understand spoken language. As a result, the stimuli can ...