In the Spotlight

Is your brain being Googled to death?

The Dallas Morning News's Cheryl Hall interviewed Dr. Chapman to address “Google brain," the top five brain facts and fiction, and how to encourage a healthy brain when we are exposed to 200 times more information every day than we were 20 years ago.

Center for BrainHealth’s Brain Performance Institute partners with Ciber to reach first responders in North Texas

Center for BrainHealth scientists and clinicians delivered our evidence-based high performance brain training program to a group of law enforcement officers in North Texas earlier this week, thanks to generous support from global IT consulting company, Ciber.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

Fighting Wars at Home: A Veteran's Perspective and Passion for Change

U.S. Marine Corps veteran Mike Rials talks about what it means to be a veteran today, the stigmata so many veterans face when they return home, and finding purpose after service by empowering others to care for their brain health.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

Staving off dementia

The Dallas Morning News's Emma Court talks with Center for BrainHealth founder and chief director Dr. Sandra Chapman about why healthy living can mean staving off cognitive decline and how we can no longer wait to invest in our brain health.

Featured Profiles

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Xiaosi Gu, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Lyndahl Himes, B.S.

Research Assistant and Graduate Student

Bonnie L. Robinson, B.A.

Assistant to Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D.

Lara Ashmore, Ph.D.

Technology Director

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From Our Blog

Brain Imaging Reveals Possible Depression Signature in Traumatic Brain Injury

From Dr. Dan Krawczyk's lab: Kihwan Han lead authors a study that finds specific brain connectivity changes in individuals with depression after a traumatic brain injury that could lead to a biomarker for the common psychiatric diagnosis.

Study: How Depressive Thoughts Persevere, Interfere with Memory for People with Depression

Research from Dr. Bart Rypma's lab sheds light on how depressive thoughts interfere with memory and its cognitive cost.

In the News

Do You Have “Google Brain”?

Dr. Chapman addresses “Google brain" and how to encourage healthy brain habits in the latest Dallas Morning News piece by Cheryl Hall.

Plano Police Department Get SMART (Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Training)

Law enforcement officers with Plano's Police Department participated in the Center for BrainHealth's Brain Performance Institute high performance brain training program last week.

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