JOIN OUR TEAM
Help research, test, and disseminate game software to optimize human brain processes. Our games focus on developing better vision, hearing, memory, attention, executive functioning and more! They are created by Professor Aaron Seitz, a world-leading expert in brain plasticity with over 60 publications on the topic. We collaborate with UCR Psychology and Computer Science Departments to design games that are fun, but also have real-word benefits.
USE OUR TOOLS
Our research tools are meant for sharing! We regularly partner with researchers for studies that involve the assessment and training of cognitive function.
We have several ways to support you including the sharing of our cognitive training apps, perceptual training apps, and cognitive/perceptual assessments for use in your own studies, a central server to store logs, analytics support, and more.
You can learn about many more of our shared tools here, and if you are interested, please reach out and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BE A VOLUNTEER
If you are a student interested in volunteering with the Brain Games Center, please complete our Volunteer Application.
If you are a community member interested in volunteering, please email us at email@example.com.
BECOME A CORPORATE PARTNER
Align your organization with innovation and world-changing good: become a corporate partner. To partner with the Brain Game Center across multiple fronts (talent and recruitment, licensing, research, and philanthropy), please connect with UCR Industry and Strategic Partnerships. They are a cross-divisional team dedicated to supporting companies seeking multipronged engagement with UCR.
DONATE AND SUPPORT STUDENTS
Your gift has a direct impact on students’ lives. When you donate to the Innovation Fund and Student Support Fund, you help students conduct innovative research, continue their studies with scholarships, and more.
SIGN YOUR GROUP UP FOR A STUDY
We are always looking to partner with community groups to promote, understand, and train cognitive function. If your group wants to collaborate on a cognitive training study, better understand perceptual and cognitive abilities in your group, or otherwise collaborate, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.