Category: Cognitive and Perceptual Skills

Memory I

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Memory I is a series of four different types of memory training programs. Spatial Memory asks users to learn an escape route from a concentric maze, where a correct guess advances the user and an incorrect one returns the cursor to the beginning. Verbal Memory (Sequenced Words) presents a series of words and asks the user to select the same words from an array of sixteen words, in the order that they were presented. Auditory Memory presents one or more tones that seem to slide up or down the scale and asks the user to reproduce the series of up/down combinations. Visual/Spatial Memory presents a symbol in a 5 x 4 matrix, then asks the user to recognize what symbol was seen from an array of ten symbols, and where on a blank array the symbol was presented. Program requires a joystick to operate. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers or Apple Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Microsoft Windows XP or later or Apple Mac OS X.


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Neuroscience Center Of Indianapolis - Psychological Software Services
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