“I took the quiz and it was actually kind of fun,” the author said.
Medcitynews.com discussed MindCrowd in an article about crowdsourcing scientific research.
Data from 1 million people who complete a 10-minute memory and attention test could help scientists better understand human cognition and how it changes with age, at least in the eyes of Dr. Matt Huentelman.
He’s a researcher at the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Arizona and launched the website MindCrowd this summer with The University of Arizona, the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative and the Alzheimer’s Association’s TrialMatch.
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