Dual-Task Training in Hockey Written by Evi van Goor Hockey is a dynamic sport that demands a combination of technical skills, cognitive abilities and physical strength. Successful decision-making is based on the player’s ability to distribute their attention between different … Read More
Dual-Task Training in Hockey
Technical leadership: Approachable, Fearless, and Fair
Technical leadership: Approachable, Fearless, and Fair Written by Ines El Hamri Véronne Reinders is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Aristotle Technologies, an award-winning software development startup based in the Brainport Region. Her technical leadership is the driving force … Read More
Dual task training for fall-prevention, whats known?
Dual task training for fall-prevention, whats known? Written by Jesse Muijsenberg A seemingly simple fall in eldery, is not as simple as we might think. The length of admission to the hospital of elderly who fall is long and the … Read More
Combination Training, Twice As Good?
Combination Training, Twice As Good? Written by Jesse Muijsenberg With our cognitive training software, it is possible to train in a dual-task manner. But what does this, “combination or dual-task training” mean? What types of dual-task training are already known? … Read More
Learning Disabilities Written by Jesse Muijsenberg Learning disorders can have a big impact on a child’s development and participation in today’s world. In our previous article, we saw that children can benefit from cognitive training, specifically working memory training. In … Read More
Working Memory Training in Children
Working Memory Training in Children Written by Jesse Muijsenberg Could children benefit from working memory training? And even more interesting, could children with a delay in cognitive development benefit from working memory training? In an earlier article, we already talked … Read More
Will cognitive training prevent, delay or cure dementia?
Will cognitive training prevent, delay or cure dementia? Written by Jesse Muijsenberg This question keeps neurologists and other professionals busy these days. Dementia is described as: “the loss of cognitive functioning to such an extent that it interferes with a … Read More
What a professional athlete sees
What a Professional Athlete Sees Written by Jesse Muijsenberg A time ago we came across this video of Cristiano Ronaldo, put on youtube by “Ergoneers”. It might not be the most recent video anymore. But with a.o. the use of … Read More
Reaction time: What is it and which factors are involved?
Reaction time: What is it and which factors are involved? Written by Jesse Muijsenberg Reaction time is an important component in cognitive psychology. Reaction time in a nutshell, in a simple task, is the time between a stimulus and a … Read More
Decision-making under stress
Decision-making under stress Written by Jesse Muijsenberg We already looked at the domains of information processing, cognitive load, and the effect of cognitive fatigue on performance. Stress is a huge factor involved in these processes and therefore we would like … Read More