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<p>As part of our evaluation, we collected all papers cited on the websites of leading brain training companies (as identified by SharpBrains). We also evaluated the 132 papers cited by propoents of brain training at <a href="http://cognitivetrainingdata.org" rel="nofollow">cognitivetrainingdata.org</a>. (Note that the <a href="http://cognitivetraingdata.org" rel="nofollow">cognitivetraingdata.org</a> website was overhauled after the completion of our paper, but the citations are still there as of October 2, 2016).</p> <p>In the Google Spreadsheet we list all of these citations, indicate who cited them, and categorize them (e.g., type of intervention, type of control group, etc). The document also includes some coding notes.</p> <p>Access the document here: <a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tdEChpYHH1nnTc2Chqow0FY7Rj70jHrbLl5OhOPmQbE/edit?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow">Google Sheet</a></p>
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