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In this exercise, the user must categorize falling words into the correct drawer before they hit the ground. Each drawer is devoted to a specific category. However, not every filing category is given. Through trial and error, the user must discover what the hidden category is.
This exercise activates a plethora of neural networks! It’s established that our capacity to use language is located in the left hemisphere of the brain, specifically in two areas: Broca’s area (associated with speech production and articulation) and Wernicke’s area (associated with comprehension). Our executive functions are also engaged by our prefrontal cortex. Semantic memory is activated in the hippocampus and other regions of the temporal lobe. In addition, the frontal and parietal cortexes, as well as the diencephalon, also play an important role in this process.
In this exercise, the user must devise strategies that help them remember the categories and what words correspond to each category. We use these skills when we have to organize items in our homes or organize information in our brains (such as a to-do list or a group of names) in a way that makes them accessible to us.
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