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Brain Games5 articles archived since 1845

Brain Games: The Bells of Notre Dame

This game consists of counting the number of moves necessary for bells to shift from an initial configuration to the desired configuration. Create a plan of action by using your reasoning skills

September 29, 2008

Brain Games: Objects, where are you?

This exercise of the right temporoparietal cortex is about creating associations between two types of information, an image and its location

September 26, 2008

Brain Games: Shapes and Colors

This exercise calls on your visual short-term memory, which enables the brain to store visual information such as shapes and locations of objects

September 25, 2008

Brain Games: Hurray for Change

This game requires problem-solving skills that call on the brain's executive functions. You must define a strategy to reach a desired outcome and calculate the right moves to reach the solution in the shortest possible time

September 24, 2008
Brain Games

See the World from a Different Perspective

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