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Entangled Figures

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Visual-Spatial > Strategy

Entangled Figures

In this exercise, the user will see three entangled objects that make up a complex figure. These three entangled graphical objects are then compared to a multiple-choice of similar or different objects. The user must choose the one that is part of the entangled figure.

Brain Areas Engaged 
how entangled figures engages the brain.

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The exercise trains your visual and spatial skills, working memory, and focused attention skills. The primary part of the brain involved in spatial memory is the hippocampus. Studies have shown that the hippocampus is vital to its operation, and the orbital lobe is also affected. It helps people to orgae, plan, pay attention, and make decisions.

This exercise trains the user’s visual and spatial skills and working memory. The user must find the identifying characteristics of an object, store them in their working memory, and then access the relevant details into a whole figure using mental visualization. We utilize these skills when locating an object in a messy drawer or finding a product in a store. 

You can modify:

  • The type of figure (figurative drawing, geometrical figure, amoeba, or all types)
  • The number of figures (2 or 3)
  • The appearance of figures (staggered, simultaneous, staggered with fade-out, or all types)
  • The theme of figures (unique or different)
  • The memorization time (unlimited, 30, 20, 10, or 5 seconds)
  • The time allowed to select the figures composing the entangled figure (unlimited, 60, 30, 20, 10, or 5 seconds).

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