Memory - Shapes and Colors

Description Results Happy'Z

Brain Area Working

Cognitive Function Exercised
Left Right L R

How To Play

Strengthen your visual memory with this game. You must first memorize 6, 8 or 10 figures of various shapes and colors and then recognize them among slightly different ones.

Cognitive Function Exercised

This exercise calls upon your visual short-term memory. The primary area of the brain exercised is the right temporal cortex and the parietal regions. Visual short-term memory enables the brain to store visual information such as shapes and locations of objects.

Benefits to Daily Life

This exercise demands attention to detail and the use of discrimination and differentiation for shapes. Every day we encounter a myriad of different symbols and logos, including traffic signs, markers for shops and stores, even computer icons!

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It represents a history of your results since your registration.

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