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Visual-Spatial - Mosaic

Description Results Happy'Z

Brain Area Working

Cognitive Function Exercised
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How To Play

This exercise consists of determining whether you can reconstitute a figure by mentally rotating its pieces. Each figure is made up of 4, 6 or 9 squares. The identical number of squares will be presented, but some may slightly differ. You have to decide whether these squares enable you to build up the identical figure after rotating them. Beware not to mix up rotation and symmetry!

Cognitive Function Exercised

This exercise has a lot of similarities with jigsaw puzzles:

  • spatial exploration,

  • mental imagery (mental rotation of drawings),

  • visual concentration.
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