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 Brain Workshop - Dual N-Back game Ver. 4.8.4

 
Publisher
Brain Workshop
Updated 
August 09, 2012
License
Free - Open Source
Size
10.32MB 
Operating System
MS Windows XP/Vista/7
Installation
Download brainworkshop-4.8.4-win32-setup.exe and Run

  

First Window Screenshot
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Publisher's Description:
 
    Brain Workshop implements dual n-back task, and enables you to improve your working memory and fluid intelligence. The dual n-back task involves remembering a sequence of spoken letters and a sequence of positions of a square at the same time, and identifying when a letter or position matches the one that appeared 'n' trials earlier. Brain Workshop can closely replicate the conditions of the original study. In addition, it also includes optional extended game modes such as Triple N-Back and Arithmetic N-Back. It also includes features such as statistics tracking, graphs, and easy configuration.
 
Description From JCDiaz.Net
   
   Brain Workshop is a brain training tool for PC users that helps improve and test your concentration.
   If  you're often distracted or unable to concentrate, you're not alone. Nor do you have to get frustrated or just learn to deal with it for the rest of your days. Brain Workshop, much like many other brain training PC games, can help get you out of that distraction-laden rut.
   Brain Workshop is a simple game of memory, not all that different from the classic game Snap. You're presented with a 9 block game board of sorts and asked to remember the order in which squares appear in each individual box. Unlike Snap though, there's an additional element that makes Brain Workshop even more difficult. On top of having to remember what order the square appear in, you also need to memorize letters that go with each square that are spoken verbally to you when you play Brain Workshop.
   When the sequence is repeated a second time, users must click the letter "A" on your keyboard, the letter "L" or neither. Click "A" when the squares presented are identical to the sequence you saw in the first set. Clicking "L" means that the sound of the letter you heard is in the right sequence, although the square might not necessarily coincide with it. The point of these games in Brain Workshop is to help improve your memory recall over a period of time.
   Brain Workshop is challenging but can be a little confusing at the get-go to learn how to play. Unfortunately, the game doesn't have a built-in tutorial so when you click to get help, you'll be sent to the developer's website to read the tutorial there. This can get annoying for many users. There also appears to be an interface problem where other programs you have running underneath Brain Workshop might end up appearing through the game's interface, which can get irritating too.
   Brain Workshop helps promote and improve your concentration with seemingly simple memory games.

 
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