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In this exercise, the user will be shown three stimuli (a red circle, a black cross, and a letter) on different spots on the screen. This exercise aims to determine quickly whether the red circle appears above or below the black cross.
The parietal cortex is the main brain area involved in this visual-spatial activity.
In everyday life, you need to consider objects’ size, shape, and angles to judge their distance from you. Judging distance and depth (e.g., how far is it from my hand to that cup?), velocity (speed) (e.g., how fast is that car moving toward me?), and size (e.g., will these leftovers fit in that container?) are questions that also rely on skills practiced in this exercise.
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