Working Memory Workout

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Working Memory Workout is a working memory training game based on the N-back, a task researchers say may improve fluid intelligence. It greatly expands on the N-back, with dynamic difficulty adjustment, 13 game modes, 61 stimuli, 4 time modes, and a difficulty-ratcheting helper.



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