If you are considering a product to help your brain or improve academic performance, what evidence would you rely on?
Many people don't want to read research and thus seek a trusted advisor. Sadly, they are often unaware of potential conflicts of interest.
A case in point is the Macquarie University's Special Education Centre (MUSEC) brief discussed herein, where Macquarie University crudely used one meta-analysis to support their commercial initiative.
Can you rely on MUSEC for an independent, impartial and unbiased opinion?
What about the practical, real world gold standard evidence: 20+ years of product validation by millions of users around the world:
In 1996 four world leaders in neuroscience, after 25 years of ground-breaking research, formed a company (Scientific Learning Corporation). Their core product - Fast ForWord® translates neuroplasticity-based training research into educational programs to develop learning capacity and reading skills. It has been continually revised and enhanced ever since.