MindHabits PC

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  • Summary: Based on more than a decade of research and findings by Dr. Mark Baldwin of esteemed McGill University in Montreal, MindHabits presents simple and fun challenges that can help you maintain a more positive state of mind resulting in reduced stress, boosted self-confidence, reduced examBased on more than a decade of research and findings by Dr. Mark Baldwin of esteemed McGill University in Montreal, MindHabits presents simple and fun challenges that can help you maintain a more positive state of mind resulting in reduced stress, boosted self-confidence, reduced exam anxiety, improved work performance, and even a better golf game. [Got Game Entertainment] Expand
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  1. So at least in theory MindHabits can help you out. But here’s the problem I had -- none of the games are any fun to play.
  2. It’s the Placebo of the brain-games genre. Like other treatments, results may vary.
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    The biggest problem with MindHabits is that it simply doesn't offer all that much. You've got four simple mini-games and not much else. The game is supposed to improve your social and mental well-being, but I'm sure there are more effective outlets for that.