COGx is expanding
globally through
carefully selected
strategic partnerships

COGx partners with organizations that share our values of delivering programs with fidelity to ensure the highest possible results while fostering the democratization of our programs.
To learn more about how we can complement your organization, email us at

We encourage prospective partners to request a webinar. Below is a synopsis of our operating principles, philosophy, commitment to quality and process for incorporating our services:

We partner with organizations through multi-year licensing agreements. As opposed to a franchisor that seeks to scale by enforcing a standardized formula, COGx seeks to offer a tailored fit to each partner’s organization and needs, which is in line with our commitment to customized programs for the end beneficiaries of our services. Our primary interest is to ensure the efficacy and integrity of delivery of COGx services. For this reason, we initially assume the operational responsibility and oversee the quality of programs being delivered. By training qualified professionals in our programs while developing our partner organization’s in-house capability to scale organically and independently, we ensure our interests are aligned and quality is retained.

Our ongoing research and partnerships with leading academic researchers inform our programs to ensure the latest scientific principles are reflected in our services. As our partnerships evolve so does the licensee’s capacity to scale their use of our services within their organization.

COGx is dedicated to ongoing research in the science of learning. In addition to delivering customized cognitive enhancement and remediation programs through an evidence-based methodology, COGx strives to bridge the gap between academia and application. COGx partners with academic leaders in the fields of neuroscience, cognitive science, education, and psychology, and disseminates scientific principles of learning to schools and organizations through strategic partnerships.

COGx publishes an annual magazine, which aims primarily to review and distill the latest research on understanding, enhancing, and remediating cognition.

By partnering with our clients, we ensure their success as we make ourselves accountable to the end results delivered by the methodology. This aligns our incentives.  For licensees, we are indirectly responsible for the end result of the interventions attained by their clients with our methodology.  Therefore, licensees receive our operational support to ensure they identify qualified personnel to become cognitive professionals, certified by COGx.
For organizations interested in considering how COGx can be incorporated, we begin with a webinar that provides an overview of our services, processes and terms of service. To request a webinar, simply fill out the Request Information form below and a representative will contact you to schedule an appointment.
Qualified organizations include schools and clinicians.

Clinicians include psychology practices, oncologists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and physical therapy practices, hospitals, assisted living centers, pediatricians, cognitive rehabilitation centers, and others working with clients that can benefit from improvements in their cognitive abilities.

The Science of Learning

Our goal is to inform and equip educators with the latest scientific principles of learning in a format that can be applied to the classroom in order to improve learning outcomes. Our premise is that students globally would be better served if educators had ongoing access to the evolving brain science so as to infuse the science of learning to the essential art for teaching.

To achieve this objective, COGx partners with leading academics in the fields of neuroscience, cognitive science, education, and psychology. We then co-develop unique professional development programs that translate science into school-based applications. While each student is unique, there are unifying principles that underlie the learning process.

COGx academic partners are at the forefront of this research, and it is upon the work of leading brain scientists specialized in learning that COGx workshops are built.




  • Mariale HardimanMariale Hardiman
    Vice Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Clinical Education at Johns Hopkins University

    Relevant Affiliation:
    Co-founder and Director of the School of Education’s Neuro-Education Initiative (NEI)

    Area of Expertise:
    Integration of learning science to classroom instruction with a particular emphasis on art integration and long-term retention

    Doctorate of Education, Johns Hopkins University

  • Joshua AronsonJoshua Aronson
    Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

    Relevant Affiliation:
    The Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools

    Areas of Expertise:
    Social psychology of education; Increasing intelligence, self-control, and social skills; Stereotyping/prejudice; Self-esteem, cognitive dissonance, self-affirmation and learning

    MA and PhD in Social Psychology, Princeton University

  • Steve JoordensSteve Joordens
    Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto, Scarborough, Department of Psychology

    Relevant Affiliations:
    Director of the Advanced Learning Technology Lab, University of Toronto

    Areas of Expertise:
    Consciousness, Memory, & Attention

    PhD in Psychology, University of Waterloo

  • Robert BjorkRobert Bjork
    Distinguished Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Psychology

    Relevant Affiliation:
    Learning & Forgetting Lab, UCLA

    Areas of Expertise:
    Human Learning & Memory; Implications of Science of Learning for Instruction

    PhD in Psychology, Stanford University

  • Judy WillisJudy Willis
    Neurologist & Educator

    Relevant Affiliation:
    Hawn Foundation; University of California, Santa Barbara

    Area of Expertise:
    Application of Neuroscience to Teaching and Learning

    MD in Neurology, UCLA School of Medicine; MA in Education, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Elizabeth BjorkElizabeth Bjork
    Professor of Cognitive Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Psychology

    Relevant Affiliation:
    Bjork Learning & Forgetting Lab, UCLA

    Areas of Expertise:
    Human Learning & Memory; Implications of Science of Learning for Instruction

    PhD in Cognitive Psychology, University of Michigan

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