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In this exercise, the user will have to use their mouse (or finger on a touchscreen) and catch as many ladybugs as they can. Not only will the user have to practice their reaction time, but their accuracy as well. As the level progress, there will be distractor bugs, the bugs will get smaller and the ladybugs will quickly disappear.
This exercise relies on quick processing speed. The user must also engage their frontal lobe to avoid distractions and for motor skills (when using a touchscreen), their parietal lobe to distinguish between two bugs, and their visual processing streams to identify ladybugs and their locations on the screen. Seemingly simple yet deceptively complex, this exercise delivers the right balance of challenge and fun while helping the user practice key cognitive skills.
In our everyday lives, we must process and choose which stimuli we wish to engage with. This is done by inhibiting our responses to extraneous stimuli in the environment and directing our attention to stimuli that are relevant to our needs at the present time. These cognitive skills are needed for situations such as responding to emails while at work, taking notes during a lecture, and selecting ingredients for cooking.
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