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In this exercise, the user will have to memorize the itineraries of tours of popular tourist attractions. The user will then have to recall details pertaining to the trip (the location, the name, and an image of it).
This exercise trains visual and spatial memory pertaining to environmental information. You will need good orientation and perceptual skills to succeed. Various hints are suggested that may help you improve your memorization capacities. The primary areas of the brain that are exercised in this exercise are the right parietal cortex and the right temporal cortex.
Good visual-spatial skills are needed to orient yourself in a neighborhood or city, or to retrace your steps along a winding back road or on a hiking trail. You also need those skills to find your car in an airport parking lot or estimate distances on a map. These skills are crucial to everyday life.
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