Provides therapy practice with understanding what objects
belong in different groups
- Cognitive therapy
- Logic &
Teaches patient which words or concepts belong
together (apple, orange, banana: all fruit). At the higher level,
the patient just deduce what several objects have in common and what
other objects might belong in that group.
in 6 different difficulty lessons:
- Match the word to its group
ex:, chicken is a: country,
bird, food, or building
- Match the group to the word:
ex:, which is a BIRD? :
dolphin, hawk, chair, ice cream
- Pick the member that doesn't belong
ex:, chair, chicken,
stool, bench) (see picture above)
- Pick the category based on a rule
"Chicken and pigeon are members, stool is not", is "bench a member?")
- Pick the category based on a memorized rule
(same as #4, but user must remember the rule)
- Deduce the mystery category
This is very similar to the old
word game "21 Questions" but is based on semantics (word meanings).
Patient is shown several words and must deduce their relationship,
e.g., they are all furry mammals, or flowering trees, etc.
Every lesson is a collection of up to 100 freshly created exercises. No two lessons are identical.
Appropriate for high-level aphasia, TBI, and language-based learning
disabilities. Ages 12 to adult
Lesson 5: Difficult