Pascale Michelon received her Ph.D. in Cognitive Sciences in 1999 in France.  As a Research Fellow at the University of Southern California and later as a Research Scientist at Washington University, Dr. Michelon’s goal was to better understand how the brain processes and memorizes visual information. In 2004, she received a research award from the Washington University Center for Aging. Dr. Michelon is the author of numerous peer-reviewed scientific articles. She is now an Adjunct Faculty at Washington University in Saint Louis in the Psychology Department.

Her passion for applying and sharing scientific knowledge led her into the field of brain fitness and memory improvement. In 2006, she founded The Memory Practice, to provide adults with challenging cognitive exercises to keep their brain fit. She developed a brain training program to improve performance and delivered it to a nation-wide clientele of both individuals and retirement communities.

Dr. Michelon is active in the St Louis community, conducting numerous workshops for health care and aging professionals and memory support seminars for older adults.

Her latest book is Max Your Memory (2012), by D.K., an illustrated memory workbook that offers techniques and tips to optimize memory at all ages. Max Your Memory is quite popular in the US, UK and Canada and has been translated into 3 languages so far. It was reviewed in the Wall Street Journal and is featured by the Scientific American Book Club. It is one book you shouldn’t forget to get!

Dr. Michelon is also an Expert Contributor for SharpBrains.com an inde­pen­dent mar­ket research and think tank track­ing brain fit­ness and applied neu­ro­plas­tic­ity trends.

Blog entries by Dr Pascale Michelon

 

  • Exercise Protects Our Brains

    Exercise Will Help Protect your Brain from a Silent Stroke

    A silent stroke increases the risks of later suffering from dementia and cognitive decline. This is great news the..Read more

    Being physically active has been associated with better cognitive performance and a recent study indicates that exercise may also lower the chances of suffering from a silent stroke.

  • Is Brain Training Effective?

    The Brain Can Improve In Cognitive Capacity

    The past few years’ experts have zoned in on techniques and strategies for brain development or cognitive training. Scientific evidence that tra..Read more

    Evidence that brain training improves cognitive capacity is accumulating - this review covers whether brain training helps adults at risk of developing dementia

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