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Benefits of HighIQPro brain training

HighIQPro training increases your IQ, including:

  • Problem solving and analytic intelligence
  • Processing speed
  • Short term (working) memory

General cognitive benefits for daily life include:

  • General intelligence gains – the ability to reason, problem solve and make intelligent decisions
  • Short term memory gains – the ability to hold in mind & manage more information
  • Brain fitness – your overall level of mental health, power and efficiency
  • Goal focus – the ability to attend to, and keep on track with your goals, and not be distracted
  • Self control and will power – to overcome impulses, distractions and temptations
  • greater clarity
  • quicker thought processes
  • increased problem solving insight
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Senselogic

The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations

The Butterfly Effect is a film from 2004 directed by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber, in which Chaos Theory is applied to history and psychoanalysis. According to Chaos Theory an event which seems to be very insignificant in a sequence of events is in fact as important as any other event and the effects of a minor cause require some time to manifest themselves in relation to the macro situation. The main character in The Butterfly Effect “seizes hold of a memory as it flashes up at a moment of danger.”[1] 

With TheButterfly Effect the audience sees everything from the perspective of a young man who not only has flashbacks in the form of dreams, but who is also able to travel in time through reading his journals. As he reads the journal, first the words, then himself, and finally the whole room starts shaking…

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