If you take care of your mind this holiday season, your mind will take care of you.
Ever wonder how our game designers and scientists come together to create our games? Join us behind the scenes and find out!
In this video, Dr. Bob Schafer, Ph.D., Head of Research at Lumos Labs, offers some tips for how you can interpret studies of cognitive training.
Dr. Bob Schafer, Ph.D., Head of Research at Lumos Labs, tackles one of the biggest questions we get: does Lumosity work? Or: what does Lumosity make you better at?
Dr. Bob Schafer, Ph.D., Head of Research at Lumos Labs, walks us through a brief overview of what brain training is and what the Lumosity training program looks like.
Since launching in 2013, Train of Thought has been our most popular game: it’s been played half-a-billion times by 20 million people. We know people love Train of Thought, in part because it’s just a lot of fun. But what about the science behind the game?
Attention game Train of Thought has been played half-a-billion times by 20 million people
At Lumosity, we believe finding opportunities to challenge yourself across a range of skills is important. With Lance Vikaros, our Director of Games Systems Design, we take a look at how Lumosity may overlap with the World Economic Forum's "21st Century Skills."
Have you ever wondered what your Lumosity Community looks like? Our new Insight gives you a peek behind the curtain to understand trends in your community and how you compare to other players around the world.
Learn more about how we made our new Math game, Halve Your Cake, which challenges proportional reasoning.
The new category follows Language games launch as company expands into educational content
Love Lumosity Language games? You're in luck: Word Snatchers is our newest game to practice and polish your vocabulary.
Our data science team is always looking for unique ways to interpret Lumosity game scores, and for our eighth Insight they mapped members' game strengths and weaknesses to different occupations.
Study led by University of California, Berkeley researchers examined relationships between educational attainment, cognitive performance and learning in 196,000 Lumosity subscribers
Can you navigate your ship to collect the treasure without running into any pirates? You'll have to consider your route carefully in new game, Pirate Passage.
Learn more about verbal fluency, the skill challenged in Word Bubbles, and find out fun facts like which letter is the most common initial letter in English!
Agatha Christie, Stephen Covey, Stephen Hawking, Martin Luther King, Jr., J.K. Rowling, William Shakespeare: all iconic writers and all represented in our new Word Bubbles Insight. Of all the many writers in the world, though, how did our team narrow down the list and choose these six authors for the Insight?
The Word Bubbles Insight combines new product offerings from Lumosity responsible for improved engagement in 2017
Exploring logical reasoning, the cognitive skill challenged in our newest game, Fuse Clues.