Cognitive Rehabilitation Word Game Quizzes Cognitive rehabilitation can be helped by performing regular cognitive exercises that force the brain to work a little. This simple word game quiz provides just such a workout, but can be done in the non-threatening environment of your home. Since you can download and print the quizzes, they can be used over and over again. Each quiz contains a tracking line if you want to use it to measure progress. For instance, you can take Quiz One as many times as you wish. You can write down your starting time, ending time and the total amount of time it took to complete the quiz.
Brain Age Test 01 (Instantaneous Memory) How to Play This is a brain training game which enables you to strengthen your instantaneous memory and eyesight. Click [START]. Free games and Flash games BOXINGA simple punching-based boxing game.Controlled with the keyboard. DICEWARSDice-based strategy game. How quickly can you conquer your foes? COCKROACH DREAMCan you swat away 100 roaches before the sleeping man goes crazy? Brain Games for Adults Brain games are fun to play at gatherings, meetings, kitty parties or on outings. Most of the brain games usually include trick questions and brain teasers, or some very hard riddles. The following are some brain games that you can play in both small and large groups. These games test some of the capabilities of the brain like concentration, memorization and flexibility. The Stroop Test The Stroop test is a brilliant way to test a person's mental flexibility and concentration. To make a stroop test, all you require is a big piece of colored chart paper and felt pens of four different colors.
Research Facts on Homeschooling Brian D. Ray, Ph.D.January 6, 2015 Download/Print PDF Version General Facts and Trends · Homeschooling – that is, parent-led home-based education – is an age-old traditional educational practice that a decade ago appeared to be cutting-edge and “alternative” but is now bordering on “mainstream” in the United States. Remember Names Game How to Play Remember the names of the people in the pictures as they introduce themselves.Type in their names when prompted. (case-insensitive, but spelling matters) Warning: The pictures used in this game were randomly collected and some of them may be odd, but that just adds to the fun. The below information is from Kevin Trudeau's MEGA MEMORY program, and can help you improve your memory by 500% or more!
Frontier of Physics: Interactive Map “Ever since the dawn of civilization,” Stephen Hawking wrote in his international bestseller A Brief History of Time, “people have not been content to see events as unconnected and inexplicable. They have craved an understanding of the underlying order in the world.” In the quest for a unified, coherent description of all of nature — a “theory of everything” — physicists have unearthed the taproots linking ever more disparate phenomena. With the law of universal gravitation, Isaac Newton wedded the fall of an apple to the orbits of the planets. Albert Einstein, in his theory of relativity, wove space and time into a single fabric, and showed how apples and planets fall along the fabric’s curves.
The Brain—Information about the Brain 1 Introduction “I think, therefore I am.” —René Descartes, 17th-century philosopher Few of us question the crucial importance of the brain.