Center for BrainHealth and Dallas Police Department Partner to Advance Brain Health of Police Office
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Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD
Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project
Center for BrainHealth Researchers Confirm Improvement in First Responders’ Brain Health After Shortened Training Protocol
SMART™ training has demonstrated an ability to improve cognitive function and psychological well-being. These results can even make long-lasting improvements to brain health outside of training, in everyday life.
Take a scientific approach to leadership development. Our brains are adaptable and trainable, driven by how we engage every day. In the same way that we can improve our bodies through physical fitness, we can increase our focus, creativity and mental efficiency with targeted strategies and healthy brain habits.