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Personalized Training

Trained skills

Auditory Short-term Memory

The ability to remember auditory information over a brief period of time.

Contextual Memory

The conscious recall of the source and circumstances of a specific memory.

Divided Attention

The ability to execute more than one action at a time, while paying attention to a few channels of information.

Estimation

The ability to estimate an object's future location based on its current speed and distance.

Focused Attention

The ability to focus attention on a single stimulus

Hand-eye Coordination

The level of sensitivity with which the hand and eye are synchronized.

Inhibition

The ability to ignore irrelevant stimuli or suppress irrelevant reactions while performing a task.

Naming

The ability to retrieve a word from our semantic lexicon and is considered to be a basic ability.

Non-verbal Memory

The ability to store and retrieve information which are non-verbal by nature.

Obedience to Rules

A characteristic indicating a tendency to deliberately ignore the traffic rules based on the driver's subjective judgment.

Planning

The ability to "think ahead", to mentally anticipate the correct way to execute a task.

Processing Speed

Involves the ability to fluently perform easy or over-learned tasks.

Recognition

The ability to retrieve information from the past and to recognize certain events, places or other information.

Response Time

The ability to perceive and process a simple stimulus and respond to it.

Risk Avoidance

The ability to choose a conservative option rather than a riskier one.

Shifting

Ability to adapt behavior and thoughts to new, changing, or unexpected circumstances

Short-Term Memory

The ability to hold a small amount of information in a readily, available state for a short period of time.

Spatial Perception

The ability to evaluate how things are arranged in space, and investigate their relations in the environment.

Updating

The ability to respond in a flexible and adaptive manner in order to keep up with the changes in the environment.

Visual Perception

The ability to interpret information from the effects of visible light reaching the eye.

Visual Scanning

The ability to actively find relevant information in our surroundings quickly and efficiently.

Visual Short Term Memory

The ability to temporarily retain a small amount of visual information.

Width of Field of View

Corresponds to amount of information we receive from around when looking straight ahead.

Working Memory

Refers to the temporary storage and manipulation of the information necessary for complex cognitive tasks.

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Specific Cognitive Skills

Auditory Short-term Memory

527

Contextual Memory

573

Divided Attention

495

Estimation

515

Focused Attention

427

Hand-eye Coordination

451

Inhibition

559

Naming

527

Non-verbal Memory

464

Obedience to Rules

589

Planning

416

Processing Speed

558

Recognition

535

Response Time

457

Risk Avoidance

489

Shifting

597

Short-Term Memory

576

Spatial Perception

565

Updating

407

Visual Perception

491

Visual Scanning

457

Visual Short Term Memory

500

Width of Field of View

436

Working Memory

434

About this training program

In order to effectively interact with the world around us, our brains have to continuously process large amounts of complex information. We need to properly filter the most important and relevant information at any given time, and store it in for long enough to act on it. In the absence of a well-developed capacity for attention, perception, and memory, a person walks through life as a moonwalker oblivious to his/her circumstances. These most basic cognitive skills do not come easily, and the brain has to invest in learning how best to perform them from the very first day of our life.

This is one of the reasons why mental health training is important. By assessing and training your cognitive skills, you can improve important brain functions that you use in your daily life such as your perception.

CogniFit develops scientifically validated brain and mental health training. You can decide to start by a cognitive assessment or decide to start training immediately. Our patented technology will ensure your program adapts to your unique needs and then offers you a personalized mental health training.

Every CogniFit brain exercise is available online. Starting today, you will gain access to a large number of insights and better understand your current cognitive level. You can then use the different training regimens to maintain and improve your brain fitness and overall brain health.

Start your cognitive assessment today and enjoy your health training!

Average improvement of divided attention among CogniFit's users

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