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Dr. Tracey Shors J.

Professor In the Department of Psychology and Center for Collaborative Neuroscience

Rutgers University

Direct Phone: (848) ***-****       

Email: s***@***.edu

Rutgers University

14 College Farm Road

New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901

United States

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Employment History

Professor In the Department of Psychology

The State University of New Jersey

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
The Gurian Institute

Advisory Board Member
Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology

Education



Rutgers University

Ph.D.

National Institutes of Mental Health

PhD

Rutgers University

PhD

State University of New Jersey

bachelor degrees
biology and psychology
University of Alabama

doctorate
Physiological Psychology
University of Southern California

Web References (198 Total References)


Learning rescues cells from death, ...

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Learning rescues cells from death, according to Tracey Shors of Rutgers University. The more engaging the task, the more effectively the new cells are rescued. "News from the Frontier" BrainWork, Vol 16 #6, November-December, 2006, p. 11.


Learning rescues cells from death, ...

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Learning rescues cells from death, according to Tracey Shors of Rutgers University. The more engaging the task, the more effectively the new cells are rescued. "News from the Frontier" BrainWork, Vol 16 #6, November-December, 2006, p. 11.


Learning rescues cells from death, ...

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Learning rescues cells from death, according to Tracey Shors of Rutgers University. The more engaging the task, the more effectively the new cells are rescued. "News from the Frontier" BrainWork, Vol 16 #6, November-December, 2006, p. 11.


Aerobic Exercise and Mental Training (MAP ...

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Aerobic Exercise and Mental Training (MAP Training) For Brain Fitness I | 0 comments | Read more! | a previous blog can grow new neurons as a result of exercise, the survival of which benefits greatly from both dual n-back training (e.g. DNB Pro) and brain training and focused attention (FA) meditation | work of Tracey Shors Aerobic and Mental Training (MAP Training) for Brain Fitness

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Work by Dr Tracey Shors at Rutgers has found more generally that these new brain cells are useful to us for learning and memory when "task demands are high (e.g. complex and hard), and mastering them depends on cognitive flexibility".
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Dr. Shors and her colleagues have researched two effective types of mental training that build on the brain cell-producing effects of aerobic exercise: focused-attention (FA) meditation and app based brain training.
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"It has to be difficult," says ...

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"It has to be difficult," says Tracey J. Shors, a professor of neuroscience at Rutgers University.

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