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In this exercise, the user must memorize what objects they have seen and where they are located on a grid. Next, the user will then be presented with a set of objects and asked if they recognize the object presented to them. Lastly, they will have to reconstruct the visual representation they had memorized using the objects they have seen.
The right tempo-parietal cortex is at play in this exercise. This exercise is about creating associations between two types of information: an image and its location. Establishing the link with a strategy makes memorization easier. Attention to detail, good visual-spatial orientation, and visual memory are required. The user will engage their hippocampus while activating the connections between the visual processing streams to correctly identify, remember, and place the objects they have seen.
Objects, Where are You? Works directly on the skills needed to remember where someone may have put something. Recognizing what we visually saw and did not see is an essential cognitive function.
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The number of grids is limited to 1 for each trial. The response time per figure is unlimited.
Over 10,200 unique exercise configurations and significant data set depth.