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  • Challenge your brain and boost cognitive potential with this brain game

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"Math Twins" brain game: What is it?

Math Twins is a brain training game. To advance in this mind game, we will have to join two numbers in a way that adds up to the required number, bearing in mind that the route between the numbers must meet certain requirements. However, as the level of complexity of this mind training game increases, the screens will change and the cognitive demands will be greater.

This game will become more difficult as the user progresses through the levels. Math Twins is a scientific resource designed to continuously measure cognitive performance and automatically regulate the difficulty of the task, optimizing cognitive training. The brain game Math Twins is perfect for children, adults, and seniors who want to stimulate essential cognitive abilities.

How can the brain game "Math Twins" improve your cognitive skills?

It has been shown that the brain stimulation games from CogniFit can activate and strengthen cognitive skills with the brain's neuroplasticity.

Brain training games like Math Twins stimulate a determined neural activation pattern. The repetition of this pattern through training may help create new synapses and neural circuits capable of reorganizing and recovering weakened or damaged cognitive functions.

The brain game Math Twins was created to stimulate the adaptive potential of the nervous system and help the brain recover structural alterations, disorders, or injuries that are affected by these cognitive abilities. This game is suitable for anyone looking to improve cognitive performance.

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Which cognitive skills can be trained with "Math Twins"?

The cognitive skills activated by this brain game are:

  • Processing Speed: To level up in Math Twins we must find all the pairs before time runs out. By performing this exercise we activate and stimulate our cognitive processing speed. Improving this cognitive ability is very important to be effective in virtually every area of our lives. The speed of cognitive processing allows us to quickly solve mental tasks, minimizing the time between receiving information and reacting to it. For example, when we have to mentally perform simple mathematical calculations, or perform tasks under pressure. Although this skill has nothing to do with intelligence, slow processing speed makes learning, attention, and concentration difficult.
  • Visual Scanning: In order to advance in Math Twins we will have to pay attention to the visual stimuli that appear on the screen and quickly find the pairs of complementary numbers. By performing this exercise we are activating and stimulating our visual scanning skills. This cognitive ability is of great importance, as it allows us to detect and recognize visual stimuli. A problem with visual scanning can make many of our daily activities difficult, and even expose us to dangerous situations. For example, when driving, we need to detect imperfections in the road, traffic signs, and other vehicles.
  • Planning: This mind game allows you to make combos, and earn points faster. But to do this, you'll have to plan which will be the best match for each number. By practicing this mental exercise we are activating and stimulating neural connections network involved in our planning capacity. Improving this cognitive ability will help us to be more efficient in mentally anticipating the correct way to execute a task or achieve a specific goal. Low planning capacity can lead to low productivity rates, forgetfulness, distractions, difficulties in making the right decisions, thinking, or doing more than one thing at a time.
  • Cognitive Shifting: To advance in Math Twins we must be attentive to the number we must obtain through our sums. However, this number will change as the game progresses and we will adapt our behavior and strategy to these changing situations. By doing this exercise we are activating and helping to strengthen the neural connections involved in our cognitive flexibility or shifting. Good cognitive flexibility is related to greater intelligence, fluid reasoning ability, and greater ability to solve new problems efficiently and flexibly. A lack of cognitive flexibility can lead to 'mental rigidity', inability to change behaviour and a feeling of being 'stuck'.
  • Spatial Perception: The mental game Math Twins requires that we correctly interpret the position in which the different stimuli are found and identify the groups of numbers that are, or are not, suitable to form a pair. By doing this exercise, we are activating and stimulating neural connections involved in our spatial perception. Improving this cognitive ability allows us to be more efficient in perceiving the environment around us. People who have good spatial perception are more skilled at thinking in two and three dimensions and can anticipate and adapt more easily to changes. A deficit in spatial perception will lead to a reduction in efficiency for example when reading a map.
  • Visual Short Term Memory: The mental game Math Twins tests our ability to retain mentally, for a short period of time, the position of the different stimuli that appear on the screen. By practicing this exercise, we are activating and stimulating the neural connections involved in our visual short term memory. Improving this cognitive cognitive ability can be very useful since it optimizes the amount of visual information we retain for short periods of time. On a day-to-day basis, we use this cognitive ability, for example, when we read, we retain the initial information while we read to give general meaning to the sentence.
  • Width of Field of View: The larger the screen surface area at a glance, the easier it is to find the right stimuli and do the right sums. By playing the mind game Math Twins we are activating and testing our visual field. Improving this cognitive ability will allow us to be more efficient in our search for information. For example, by picking up more relevant stimuli when looking at a single point on the whiteboard, on a computer screen, or while driving.
  • Focused Attention:In order to level up inMath Twins we will have to avoid distractions and focus our attention on the relevant stimuli that appear on the screen. By performing this exercise we are activating and strengthening neural connections involved in our ability to focus our attention. Improving this cognitive ability is fundamental for our daily lives. Low levels of focused attention can lead, for example, to difficulties in attending class, driving, or getting around at work.

What happens if you don't train your cognitive abilities?

Our brains are designed to reserve resources, so when there are connections that aren't being used, the brain automatically eliminates it. If a certain cognitive skill isn't regularly trained, the brain won't give resources to that neural activation pattern, which can cause it to become weaker and weaker. This causes us to be less able when using a certain cognitive function, making us less effective in our day to day lives.

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