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Mind & Brain: Test (1)

Rey complex figure test


Mind test # 1 Difficulty level: bulbbulb.

Rey test
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Simple Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test
This test, designed by the Swiss psychologist André Rey in 1941, will allow you to assess your spatial perception and your visual memory. Observe the drawing above for approximately 2 minutes, then try to reproduce it from MEMORY.
  Score 2 points for each drawn element remembered correctly: a complete straight line or a circle. There are in all 44 straight lines and circles that compose the drawing. 76 to 88 points indicate that you have an excellent memory, 60 to 74 points indicate that you have a good memory, 46 to 58 points mean that you have an average memory. If you have less than 46 points, you should read more puzzle books/magazines to boost your brain!
  Anyway, don’t worry, there are many other empirical scoring systems to quantify the accuracy of the drawing.

Related tests:
- Mind control?
- Stroop test.

Source of the test:
Curiopticals. © G. Sarcone.
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