HAPPYneuron is a cognitive training package available through the web that aims to improve users’ brain functioning. It is designed to address five core cognitive processes: Memory, Attention, Language, Executive functions, and Visuospatial skills. Entirely customizable, HAPPYneuron adapts itself to the users’ strengths and weaknesses, as well as to the users’ progress. Users can also track their progress over time and compare their progress to other users. A unique coaching tool also provides users with guidance, feedback and motivation that are tailored to their profile. A simplified app version, called My HAPPYneuron Workout, is also available for mobile devices. However, neither program has yet been specifically studied in the treatment of psychotic disorders.

Available for: (PC & Mac) and Tablets (iOS and Android)
Company: HAPPYneuron, Inc.
Classification: Cognitive Training Exercise
Targeted conditions: Schizophrenia, Mood Disorders, Stress & Anxiety
Target demographic: Any
Special provider necessary: No
Non-English Language version available: Yes
Where to get it: http://www.happyneuron-corp.com/en/

Expert ratings and reviews

PsyberGuide rating: The research and support basis of the product

Total score: 7/14

Basis of research: 0/3
Source of funding for the research: 1/2
Specificity of proposed intervention: 2/3
Number of consumer ratings: 1/3
Product advisory support:  1/1
Software support:  2/2

date of rating:  September 2015

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MARS rating

Quality scores range from 1 to 5, where 5 is the maximum score


Objective quality score: 4.15

Subscale scores:

Engagement: 4.00

Functionality: 4.67

Aesthetics: 3.83

Information: 4.08

Subjective quality score: 3.00

Perceived impact score: 2.67


Rated by: Queensland University

Date of rating: August 2016

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Research on the product

Research page: http://www.happy-neuron.com/the-method/scientific-validation (No peer-reviewed studies)

  1. Croisile, B., Miner, D., Bélier, S., Noir, M., & Tarpin-Bernard, F. (2008). Online cognitive training improves cognitive performance. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 23(6), 704.

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