Our summer 2019 session of Dr. G's Chessworks has been announced. Classes will begin on June 2nd, 2019 and last for eight weeks. Check out our chess page for more information!
Hello everybody! Thanks for sticking with Dr. G's Brainworks through our transition period into our brand new location in Market Place Mall in Champaign! We are currently open for business in the Dick's Sporting Goods wing of the mall, next door to our previous location. Our Brain Guides are ready to help you with all … Continue reading Dr. G’s Soft Opening!
Hello everyone! Dr. G's Brainworks is undergoing a new transition as we prepare new and exciting information for all of our wonderful customers in the C-U surrounding area. To start, we are updating our store's website little by little in order to provide the best service to everyone! For now, please pardon our pixels as … Continue reading New Site Under Construction!
Exercising your mind is healthy, and just like exercise, you don’t need a bunch of equipment or special programs to do it. In fact, some of the best ways to exercise your brain involve nothing more than some concerted effort and three minutes of your time. Boosting Your Attention These attention exercises challenge your ability to … Continue reading 17 Free Brain Boosting Activities You Can Use Today
Ever since chess hit the Indian brain game scene 1,500 years ago, it has been associated with brainiacs and the super-intelligent. Even today, the crowning achievement of Artificial Intelligence is the creation of a computer that can defeat a human grandmaster. So why the longevity? There are many theories, but we like to think historical figures … Continue reading 10 Ways Chess Builds Your Brain
We like to think we’re smart. Human beings, after all, are the pinnacle of intelligent life. But it turns out being human comes with its share of problems, at least when it comes to thinking clearly. We have evolved, or have been conditioned through the centuries, to respond to certain things in a certain way. … Continue reading 4 Common Cognitive Biases To Avoid For Crystal-Clear Critical Thinking
Play to your strengths when memorizing. Human beings have excellent latent spatial recall ability.