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The Importance of Repetition in Training Cognitive Skills

The Importance of Repetition in Training Cognitive Skills

June 3 is Repeat Day

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The Importance of Repetition in Training Cognitive Skills

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – June 3 is Repeat Day and one-on-one brain training company LearningRx ( is sharing information about the importance of using repetition in personal brain training.

“Repetition, or more commonly referred to as ‘practice,’ is one of the seven key ingredients of effective brain training,” explains LearningRx Chief Research & Development Officer Tanya Mitchell. “The others include immediate feedback, loading, targeting, sequencing, intensity and a one-to-one trainer-to-student ratio. We’ve trained more than 100,000 brains over the last three decades and have found that repetition helps reinforce learning.”

According to Mitchell, most of the students who have gone through personal brain training see effects that transfer to real life in terms of grades, confidence, behavior and how long it takes to do homework. In fact, the results of nearly 18,000 adolescents (average age 12.3) who went through LearningRx personal brain training showed that IQ scores jumped from 97 to 111 after students completed a LearningRx program.

“We’ve got plenty of research to demonstrate the effectiveness of our one-on-one brain training programs,” says Mitchell. “From our biennial Client Outcomes and Results Report to numerous studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, our results can be researched and analyzed.”

LearningRx even has its own research arm, the Gibson Institute of Cognitive Research ( The Institute conducts empirical research on LearningRx and BrainRx cognitive training programs and assessments and communicates the latest research findings to the education and cognitive science communities.

To see a video on “The 7 Key Ingredients to Effective Brain Training,” visit

To find out how LearningRx can help your adolescent become a faster, more effective learner, visit