Cutting edge advances in human behavioral science mean you can increase your IQ 20-30 points over 12 weeks of online training, doing just 30 minutes 3 times a week.

SMART Training is an amazing new online tool http://raiseyouriq.com which can improve the general intellectual capacities of everyone who completes this inexpensive training. It seems, of course, far “too good to be true” so I strongly encourage you to check the http://raiseyouriq.com/science information for evidence, and also the attached. This intellectual skills training tool is an application of the science which underlies Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. It is not ACT, but Relational Frame Theory underlies both.

Bryan Roche has begun blogging about SMART Training here:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/iq-boot-camp

RaiseYourIQ social media / blogging activities here:
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http://raiseyouriq.com/blog/
http://iqbraintraining.wordpress.com/
https://www.pinterest.com/raiseyouriq/
http://learni.st/users/1007661/boards/93439-brain-health

Bryan Roche gave a detailed one hour plenary lecture about the program and its past and forthcoming results at the recent Australia and New Zealand Association of Contextual Behavioural Science conference. The lecture was pre-recorded in case the Skype connection was not adequate at the time of his lecture, and is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MBH6gT7K38

See also http://raiseyouriq.com/media-coverage .

Recent international data: several unpublished trials from labs all over the world are currently winding up – and all are positive.  We have reading improvements for dyslexics on standard tests coming out of Italy, for kids reading ability out of Brazil, for vocabulary out of New York, for Reading and Maths ability on standardised tests out of Ireland (200 kids with 200 matched controls), IQ rises from Ireland (15 kids – no controls – massive effects – minimum IQ rise 23), reading and logical reasoning ability in adults in Ireland too, and a Swedish study that found increases in IQ as measured by the Raven’s Matrices test.