HANGZHOU, China, July 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Neologic Animation Inc. (OTCBB:NANI),- (The Company), an educational software company in the People's Republic of China, released the results of its 7 year research and development study into effective early childhood education methods. Led by Dr. Jisheng Wang, the Company's head Psychologist, the team of renowned, published psychologists and early childhood education experts released a report outlining the "Eight Areas of Intelligence" of human beings. "By incorporating these eight basic areas of intelligence into all of 'Naniya World's' games, children will learn not only at a conscious, but also unconscious level," said Chief Psychologist Dr. Wang. "Language, Mathematics, Logic, Music, Space, Body-Sport, Interpersonal Relations, Self-Cognitive and finally Nature-Observing Intelligence are all carefully and meticulously incorporated into the Company's game development model." The team has studied several thousand cases and has concluded that non-cognitive factors directly influence a child's learning performance. They have concluded that these areas of intelligence development play a large role in a child's overall development and performance. The team has meticulously arrived at a series of 108 learning capacity tests that can systematically analyze current educational status, learning capacity, and most importantly can recommend suitable learning methods. Studying the results of the tests combined with advanced network techniques ultimately came about and created the website "Naniya World", which is geared towards students from grades one through six. The site's many exciting methods of study, including interactive flash games, animations, videos and other content to explain subject knowledge and content. One of the major intentions of the website is to foster independent and creative thought. This is done by incorporating art, music, sports and other such modules instead of forcing students to take in knowledge passively and mechanically. Children can simultaneously absorb cultural knowledge while also improving their comprehensive learning capacity.