Visual-Spatial - Entangled Figures

Description Results Happy'Z

Brain Area Working

Cognitive Function Exercised
Left Right L R

How To Play

In this game, you see three entangled objects, like flowers, fruit, animals, geometrical figures, or amoebas, which taken together make up a more complex object. These three entangled graphical objects are compared to a multiple choice of similar or different objects that are possible components of the complex entangled figure. You must choose the one that is part of the entangled figure.To choose the correct object, you must mentally disentangle the complex figure into its component parts. This task is easier with identifiable objects or geometrical figures, but it is harder with abstract figures. An object seen in its typical context is more easily recognized than one that is isolated. One way to figure out the different components is to look carefully at the separate elements and then mentally visualize them together into one figure.Identification is easier when the figures are meaningful (objects, geometrical figures), so details are more relevant than the analysis of the whole figure. However, recognition will be more difficult with abstract figures.

Cognitive Function Exercised

The game trains your visual and spatial skills, your working memory and your focused attention skills. It trains you to spot the identifying characteristics of an object, store them in working memory, and then transform the details into a whole by visualizing it in your mind and holding it there while accomplishing the same tasks for the other objects. Naturally, such a complex task takes great concentration.


Benefits to Daily Life

When you look at something, you usually recognize it easily because you match what you see with the image stored in your long-term memory. To be able to make the match in everyday situations, we rely upon thousands of stored images, associations, and categorizations in our memory. We use these skills each time we try to distinguish an object from the ground in a painting, visualize ways to redecorate a room or even analyze patterns of traffic when driving.

This tab shows your results for this game. It is for HAPPYneuron members only.
It represents a history of your results since your registration.

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.

More information about Happy'Z


Close
Login

Please type in your email address below:

LoadingPlease wait... Loading...
Close Log in
Password forgotten

Please enter the email address you are using with HAPPYneuron.
Instructions to reset your password will be sent to this email address.

LoadingSaving data...
Close
Log in

It seems that you have forgotten your password. What do you wish to do?

Close
Free Registration

Try the HAPPYneuron games for free for 7 days.

Type the characters you see in the picture below.

Reload security image
Captcha image
By clicking "Get Started" below you are agreeing to HAPPYneuron's terms of use. You agree that the subscription to HAPPYneuron is individual and limited to the sole personal use of the subscriber. It shall not be used collectively or professionally.

For a professional use of our programs, please check our dedicated site on Scientific Brain Training Pro
Terms of Use
Close
Subscribe to our newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter

Get the latest information and news about the brain and our special offers twice a month for free.