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Mar 3, 2014
El principal objetivo del entrenamiento cognitivo es permitir una mayor facilidad en la realización de tareas del mundo real, tales como conducir, gestionar las finanzas personales, controlar la toma de medicamentos o mantener la capacidad para la interacción social. Debido a que un gran número de procesos cognitivos operan conjuntamente cuando se realizan las tareas del día a día, los investigadores han postulado un tercer requisito, a saber, el diseño de un entrenamiento cognitivo multi-dominio para potenciar aquellas actividades que integran varios procesos cognitivos (por ejemplo, la memoria o la velocidad de procesamiento).

deterioro cognitivo

https://www.cognifit.com/es/ejercicios-cerebrales
 
 
Mar 3, 2014
El principal objetivo del entrenamiento cognitivo es permitir una mayor facilidad en la realización de tareas del mundo real, tales como conducir, gestionar las finanzas personales, controlar la toma de medicamentos o mantener la capacidad para la interacción social. Debido a que un gran número de procesos cognitivos operan conjuntamente cuando se realizan las tareas del día a día, los investigadores han postulado un tercer requisito, a saber, el diseño de un entrenamiento cognitivo multi-dominio para potenciar aquellas actividades que integran varios procesos cognitivos (por ejemplo, la memoria o la velocidad de procesamiento).
<a href="https://www.cognifit.com/es/ejercicios-cerebrales">deterioro cognitivo</a>
 
 
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Aug 22, 2013
"That man has some place to be"

Yes, the bathroom.
 
 
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Aug 21, 2013
This reminds me of line in Scott Adam's book. Someone carried an ice cube around the office and if he was threatened to be stuck in idiotic conversation or pulled into a meeting- he'd say have to go- this ice is melting. No one ever questioned the utility of carrying an ice cube around.
 
 
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Aug 21, 2013
Great memories -

In a previous life, I worked at a large campus of buildings that had long hallways connecting them all, which were multiple business divisions of the Big *cough* Blue entity occupying this mess.

If you were a under-utilized Staff-Something you could scoop up your planner/files/project binders and go on a nice long trek to the far flung break rooms that were outside your particular part of the campus, thus cloaking ones self effectively.

If noticed walking, you were going/coming back from an unverifiable meeting outside your division. If noticed in said break room, you were going over notes which were ALWAYS open before you.

Worked great with a hands-off PHB, not so good with a Tiger-Climber PHB. Also not good if you temporarily had a rival eager to expose you, but not often the case.

At worst, you were not a Go-To person for a non-crisis, At best, you were thought of as a Magnificent Creature. Perfect!

I eventually left and did way more interesting and ambitious things, but a fun time recalled.
 
 
 
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