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Spatial Relations
Cognitive training

Spatial Relations training program draws upon spatial relations, spatial visualization, perceptual organization, and assembling skills. The person must establish the spatial relationships between various geometric shapes in order to assemble and reconstruct a whole. The client must mentally represent the item's pieces as they would appear if they were rotated and moved closer together. Mentally imagining, assembling, and rotating the pieces are the main actions required to attain a mental representation of the desired figure.

Target Clientele

Children and adults (6 years and older) who:

NOTE: May be used by anyone as a simple cognitive training activity.

Target Skills

Mode: Visual
Principal skill(s) targeted: Spatial relations

Exercises

    Levels
Stimuli Classes: Sole 22

Scenario and task: An astronaut is constructing a geometric shape using complex equipment. These geometric figures are divided into two or more pieces that are presented at the top of the screen. The task consists of assembling the pieces to form a whole. The client must identify the correct response from the five shapes at the base of the screen. He/she has two tries to obtain the correct response. Examples are provided before the exercises and at each change in level.

Response mode(s): Click on the mouse or use arrow keys and the space bar to select.

Feedback:

Well Done! Correct response
Oops. Try again. First incorrect response
Oops. Here is the correct answer. Second incorrect response

Difficulty Level Variables

Level Completion Criterion: 3 consecutive correct responses

The exam

The exam is comprised of 22 items representative of the exercises from all 22 difficulty levels.

Background

Instructions

« You will see sections of a figure in the upper part of the screen. Identify this figure from among those presented at the bottom of the screen. »