Having trouble remembering people? Even more trouble remembering names? Playing ‘I remember you!’ will help reduce the chance of forgetting the names and faces of people you meet. In this exercise your client will memorize people’s faces and the distinctive features for each face (skin color, shape, hair color and style, jewelry or none, age, gender, mouth, teeth or ear shapes…) while combining them with the information about the person (faces, first names, last names and hometowns). This is done to make your client remember each person longer. In the second part of the game, your client will need to recall the information for each person they’ve met and correctly seat them at a table.
This exercise primarily exercises your client’s short-term memory. Short-term memory is typically involved when meeting a new person who introduces themselves to us. If we wish to keep this data in mind after an initial encounter in case we meet this person several times, it’s necessary to commit the face and the name to our long-term memory. Each exercise round will give your client up to 7 faces to memorize (depending on the level), each one linked to a name, or name and a home city. The capacity of our short-term memory will often be exceeded so your client must implement mnemonic techniques to be able to memorize each person that they are shown. Using association skills and mental imaging will be necessary to do this in this exercise and in everyday life.
You can modify the number of series (from 1 to 3), the number of faces to memorize (from 2 to 7), the number of distracting faces (from 0 to 3), the variety of faces (very large, large, average or small), the information to memorize (first and last name, or first and last name and city), task type (find faces from information or information from faces), memorization time (unlimited, 10, 8, 6 or 4 seconds per face) and the response time (unlimited, 30, 20 or 10 seconds per face).
Number of Unique Configurations
Over 23,900 unique game configurations and significant data set depth.