Validated by hundreds of peer-reviewed publications
In our groundbreaking study, published in Neuron, almost 45,000 people took the Creyos tasks, leading to an important discovery: intelligence is not just one thing. There are at least three independent intellectual domains: reasoning, short-term memory, and verbal ability. What’s more, each domain has its own brain network behind it.
We also used the Creyos tasks to examine the effects of commercial training on cognitive performance. It would be great if playing tasks could increase the overall performance of your cognition, but it turns out to be more complicated than that. For healthy people, practice usually only makes them better at what they practice. That's what results published in Nature revealed: doing tasks similar to current commercial brain training had no overall boost to cognition.
Many other studies have used Creyos cognitive tasks to evaluate cognitive function in a wide variety of situations—from development and aging, mental and physical illness, environmental conditions, drugs, music, and hundreds more. Check them out below.