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In this exercise, the user must figure out how many moves it will take to make the hoops match. On top of the screen, the user will see a line of three hoops with colored basketballs inside. Below that, they will see another set of hoops with basketballs. The user will have to mentally determine how many moves are required to make the bottom set of hoops match the configuration of the top set of hoops.
The pre-frontal cortex primarily controls executive functioning. The user needs to plan their actions, strategize their next move and organize feedback information simultaneously. This exercise also consists of mentally calculating the necessary moves while inhibiting incorrect ones. Spatial reasoning encompasses many connections throughout the brain, which also connect to the frontal lobe which is involved in planning and problem solving.
Basketball in NY requires the user to use their imagination, mentally plan, and manipulate the balls to solve the task. Individuals use these skills when they are attempting to plan out a trip or to figure out how to schedule a busy day.
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