Brain Area Working
How To Play
You think you may be better than Sherlock Holmes or Inspector Clouseau? Well then, pull out your cloak and magnifying glass and exercise your sleuthing instincts with this conundrum. You will need a discriminating eye to peruse the grid full of intricate symbols and letters, and catch the sneaky suspect that does not belong. Find the impostor before the clock runs out. You can challenge yourself with various versions and levels of difficulty.
Cognitive Function Exercised
Primarily, this task will exercise your abilities for a specific type of attention called focused attention and concentration. Attention is the essence of focus. Any time you pay attention to something, and any time you ignore something, data is created in your brain. That data has value, but only if it's gathered, measured, and analyzed. In addition, this game requires good visual scanning and shape recognition skills.
Benefits to Daily Life
When you are rolled into the operating room at the hospital, you want to know that the surgeon is ready to concentrate on your procedure. When you board a jetliner for your next vacation destination, you want to know that the tower crew is attentive and ready to direct the pilot through dense airport traffic. Attention and concentration are vital in some professions. Even in our everyday lives, we all need to concentrate to avoid traffic accidents, to get the job finished, to remember important information. We also use our visual scanning abilities when we grocery shop, follow slide presentations at work or search for our child amongst many others when the bell rings at school. But with today's world filled with distractions, are we capable of concentrating as well as we used to? Find out for yourself with this game.
This tab contains information on the Happy'Z loyalty program for HAPPYneuron members.
Go to this tab to check your achievements for this particular exercise and see how many goals you have left to accomplish.
You can benefit from our loyalty program as soon as you have chosen a program (Wellness or Performance), however, it is part of stage 3 of the HAPPYneuron method: Keeping your cognitive skills sharp with constant novelties and motivation.