CBS NeuroCognitive Task - Monkey Ladder
‘Monkey Ladder’ is one of the 12 tasks involved in the Cambridge Brain Sciences Neurocognitive Assessment – now available at Brain Hub!
This task measures the Visuospatial Working Memory – the ability to temporarily hold information in memory, and manipulate or update it based on changing circumstances or demands.
Common everyday activities associated with visuospatial working memory include:
- Following step-by-step instructions to carry out a task in a few different locations.
- Viewing a route on a map, then following the route from memory.
- Understanding positioning in sports, and carrying out pre-planned plays.
- Viewing a document, then carrying out the written instructions.
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