Collaboration with C.C. Young, XaviX, Inc., and antÉ—Institute for Research in Anticipatory Systems to test effects of the XaviX MindGym on maintaining and improving anticipatory characteristics in the aging. Within the framework of Project Seneludens, the Institute is carrying on research with a number of senior residents at the C.C. Young Retirement Community. Melinda Andrews, a doctoral candidate at the UT-Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, is using the activities in the MindGym, an original computer-aided fitness program based on a collaboration with XaviX, Inc.