Auditory and Visual Instructions

Auditory and Visual Instructions
Four geometric forms are displayed. Then, a description of one of the geometric forms is presented using the attributes of size, color, and shape, e.g. large, yellow, and square.The user must identify the geometric form that fits the description. Four levels of lessons of varying degrees of difficulty are included. Problems are generated randomly. The difficulty of the task is related to the similarity between the geometric forms displayed.The more similar the form, the fewer the distinguishing features between geometric forms and therefore, the easier the task. For example, if all four geometric forms are large circles, the only difference between them can be a color difference.


Attention Perception and Discrimination

Attention Perception and Discrimination
You can setup for a similarity or oddity. In the former, a target picture is presented along with 4 other pictures. The user must find the picture from the group of four pictures tha tmatches the target picture. In the oddity paradigm, 5 pictures are presented. One of the pictures do not match the other 4. The user must find the picture that does not belong.You can vary the similarity of the stimuli which affects the difficulty of the discrimination required. Stimulus types include numbers, upper case letters, lower case letters, and interesting pictures.


Concentration

Concentration
Users are presented with a grid of randomly placed picture pairs. Users try to remember where each pair is located. The pictures in the grid are then hidden and the user must identify the location of each pair, one at a time.


Identifying Sounds

Identifying Sounds
A sound is presented and then a list of possible descriptions is displayed. The user determines which description fits the sound presented.Inhibiting Repetitive Behaviors A word is presented and the user is given a short time to respond to the question ‘Does this word belongs to the category?’ Users respond by clicking on the word if it belongs to the category or doing nothing if the word does not belong to the category. Users learn to inhibit the clicking response for words that do not belong to the category.


Listening Skills

Listening Skills
A random selection of a 1 to 5 part, verbal instructions is presented that the user must follow. The instruction consists of assigning colors to specific geometric forms displayed on the screen. Users first select the appropriate color and then assign it to a geometric form dragging the color to the correct geometric form.


Multi-Tasking

Multi-Tasking
Multitasking is a program that requires users to keep track of from 2 to 5 different events.Users select the number of events and then geometric shapes are presented one at a time. Users must keep track of how many times each shape was presented.

Remembering Auditory Patterns

Remembering Auditory Patterns
A 16 item grid is displayed. Users then hear a sound while one of the squares in the grid moves side to side. Another item is presented in the same manner. Then the user is asked to identify the square associated with the first sound and then the square associated with the second sound. In lesson 2, 3 sounds are presented, lesson 3 has 4 sounds and so on.


Remembering Written Directions

Remembering Written Directions
Written directions are given requesting the user to move small pictures to special locations on the screen. The pictures are moved with a mouse. If a picture is moved to the correct screen location, a positive reinforcement is provided. The number of different directions can be set between one and five to increase the difficulty of the task.


Remembering Spoken Directions

Remembering Spoken Directions
Written directions are given requesting the user to move small pictures to special locations on the screen. The pictures are moved with a mouse. If a picture is moved to the correct screen location, a positive reinforcement is provided. The number of different directions can be set between one and five to increase the difficulty of the task.


Remembering Sounds

Remembering Sounds
Between 2 and 6 sounds are presented and the user is instructed to remember this list of sounds. Next, a new sound is presented and the user must determine whether this sound was in the list of sounds to be remembered.


Remembering Spoken Letters

Remembering Spoken Letters
This program is designed to test and exercise short-term memory skills. A list of between 1 and 7 letters is spoken and the user must recall the entire list in the correct order.


Remembering Spoken Numbers

Remembering Spoken Numbers
This program is designed to test and exercise short-term memory skills. A list of between 1 and 7 numbers is spoken and the user must recall the entire list in the correct order.


Remembering Visual Patterns

Remembering Visual Patterns
The format is to present a picture grid of 16 pictures and then to temporarily remove some of the pictures revealing a pattern comprised of between 1 and 9 pictures. The user is asked to remember the pattern displayed. The original 16 pictures are then displayed again to hide the pattern. The user is asked to click the pictures that formed the pattern.


Remembering Written Letters

Remembering Written LettersRemembering Written Numbers
This program is designed to test and exercise short-term memory skills. A list of between 1 and 7 letters is displayed and the user must recall the entire list in the correct order.


Remembering Written Numbers

Remembering Written Numbers
This program is designed to test and exercise short-term memory skills. A list of between 1 and 7 numbers is displayed and the user must recall the entire list in the correct order.


Two Letter Cancellation

Two Letter Cancellation
Letter cancellation tasks are widely used in clinical and research to combat dysfunction of attention/concentration, visual-spatial scanning, and spatial neglect. User are shown a large grid of random letters and asked to click on every occurrence of two different letters.


Visual Attention Training

Visual Attention Training
Visual Attention and Training was designed to provide support for individuals with attention deficits. Three types of visual attention training are provided representing varying degrees of difficulty. The attention conditions from simplest to most difficult are:Focused Attention, Selective Attention, and Alternating Attention. Focused Attention requires watching for one event to occur and responding only when it does. Selective Attention is similar to Focused Attention except that an element of visual distraction is added. Alternating Attention requires attending to one stimulus for a period of time and then switching attention to another stimulus.Visual Distraction In this activity the user is shown 5 colored rectangles with incorrect color labels. For example, the blue square may be labeled “green”. The instruction to the user is to click on the box with a specific color. The labels are distractions and force the user to inhibit the natural tendency to click on the label rather than the actual color.


Visual Motor Memory

Visual Motor Memory
A grid of 40 squares is presented with a series of numbers like 1,2, and 3 randomly located in the grid. Users remember the location of the numbers. The numbers are then covered by yellow squares and the user must click on the numbers in ascending order.The program can be made more difficult by adding extra yellow squares that do not cover numbers, by reducing the time provided to remember the numbers, and by adding more numbers to remember.