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Cognitive Reasoning
Category Association and Sequencing



The program has four parts. The first part requires finding five words in a list that all belong to the same category when the category is not revealed. The second part requires users to identify the five words in the list that belong to that category. In the third part the user makes an association for each word in the category. The final part of the program requires users to sequence words according to a specified attribute like size. The program tracks performance and provides comprehensive stimuli within a variety of lessons. Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10. Level: Mid to High Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.3

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Category Discrimination and Reasoning



There are 3 steps for each problem. In the 1st step, a list of words is presented in which all but one belong to the same category and the user must identify the one word that does not belong. In the 2nd step, 3 reasons why the word selected does not belong to the original list are presented and the user must identify the correct reason. In the 3rd step, the user must find a word from a list of five words that belongs in the first list. The stimuli are graded from simple to complex vocabulary and degree of abstractness. Twenty informative lessons are provided. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.7

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Cause and Effect



A situation is presented: There is a rip in a feather pillow, what will probably happen? The user chooses between four options that could happen: The pillowcase cover will fade; The pillowcase will shrink; The feathers will come out; and The feathers will smell. The user must choose the most likely option given the circumstances. These are lessons by Susan Howell Brubaker, experienced SLP and work- book author, 150 different situations, timed responses, large easy-to-read screens, cumulative progress reports, flexibility to adjust the number of incorrect responses before the correct answer is supplied. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.7

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Category Naming and Completion



The opening screen displays a list of three words belonging to the same category and three category titles. The first step is to determine the category title that best describes the three words in the list. Then a second list of words is displayed. Here the user is instructed to find the word in the second list that belongs to the first list. Twenty lessons are provided. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Conditional Statements



This program presents a challenging language task. A hierarchy of conditional statements is presented either visually or auditorily. A simple instruction would be: If sun is in box 12 click rain. Otherwise click clouds. A complex instruction would be: if sun is not in box 3 or rain is in box 20, click clock. Otherwise click car. The program tracks performance and provides an infinite number of stimuli within the following five different lesson types: Simple Conditional, Negative Conditional, Conditional Conjunctive and, Conditional Conjunctive or, Negative/Positive Conditional Conjunctive or. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.3

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Deductive Reasoning



Deductive Reasoning is designed to facilitate reasoning skills in relatively high level cognitively impaired people. Each lesson has 10 problems. Each problem has a set of rules that describe a class of words. The user is then presented with words and asked to determine whether each is a member of the class. For example, in one class, lion and dog belong but desk and tree do not belong. (Obviously the class is animals) The user is asked: Does elephant belong? What about flower? Ten lessons are provided and the clinician can create additional lessons. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.5

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Form and Function



Form and Function was designed to provide users with an opportunity to identify the features of words like location, function, appearance, color, etc. Stimuli are generated ran- domly. Users are given a question about a list of words like: Which ones are found in a hospital? They must move the appropriate words to another list on the right side of the screen by clicking the button to the left of the words. Reinforcement is provided and progress is stored and available at any time. It has an intuitive design, prints performance reports, large easy-to-read text, and random presentation of 133 different lessons. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.5

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Inferential Naming



Users determine the identity of a concealed word. Up to 5 semantic features are available. The 5 semantic features are category, function, location, size, shape or color, and one other prominent feature. The program presents the category of the concealed word. Up to 4 addi- tional semantic clues can be requested. The 6th clue is the first letter of the word and the seventh clue is the word presented with two other words in a multiple-choice paradigm. For each incorrect response, a new clue is provided. Users try to determine the concealed word with as few clues as possible. You can configure the program to accept approximate spellings and to display word length of the concealed word. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Problem Solving



A real-life problem is presented like A couple with three children want to have a quiet weekend together. What is the best way to ensure that? The user chooses between a list of four options that could theoretically all be solutions like: Tranquilize the children; Send the children outside to play; Tell the children to watch TV all weekend; and Send the children to a relative’s home. The user chooses the most likely and ethical solution. There are 150 different situations, timed responses, large easy- to-read screens, cumulative progress reports, flexibility to adjust the number of incorrect responses before the correct answer is supplied. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Reasons Why



A real-life question is presented like Why do people shake hands? The user must choose between a list of four answers to the question like: to get germs; to greet others; to feel someone's pain; and to exercise. The user is instructed to choose the best reason. These are creative lessons by Susan Howell Brubaker experienced speech-language pathologist and workbook author,150 different situations, timed responses, large easy-to-read screens, cumulative progress reports, flexibility to adjust the number of incorrect responses before the correct answer is supplied. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Sequence of Events



The screen displays a random list of steps necessary to perform a certain task such as: Mail a letter, Put letter in envelope, Write letter, Put a stamp and address on an envelope. The user must first determine the task and then order the activities required to complete the task by arranging the random list in the correct sequence. The 12 lessons are presented in order of difficulty ,which is based upon the number of steps required to complete the task (2-5). The program is easy to use and has an intuitive design. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Situational Reasoning



A real-life situation is presented like You burn your hand. What is the first thing to do? The user must choose between a list of four alternatives like: Put on a mitten; Put on a Band-Aid; Put your hand under cold water; and Put your hand under hot water. The user is instructed to choose the best alternative. These are creative lessons by Susan Howell Brubaker experienced speech-language pathologist and workbook author, 150 different situations, timed responses, large easy- to-read screens, cumulative progress reports, flexibility to adjust the number of incorrect responses before the correct answer is supplied. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Logical Thinking



Users are asked to move a picture to a certain location. Lesson types include: Put baseball on a red square that is not even numbered; Put baseball on a red, even numbered square; If 10 is an odd number then put baseball below box 10. Otherwise put baseball above box 10; If box 18 is blue or box 4 is green than put baseball in the upper-right hand corner. Otherwise put baseball in box 4.; If box 19 is yellow put baseball in the upper right hand corner. Otherwise put baseball in box 19.; If box 19 is not yellow put baseball in the upper right hand corner. Otherwise put baseball in box 19. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Inferential Words



The task is similar to the task seen on the television show: Wheel of Fortune. Phonological knowledge and spelling ability are the focus. The program utilizes speaker independent speech recognition in that it recognizes speakers across age and gender with no need for training. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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Things in Common



Two different people, places, or things are presented like a director and producer and the user is asked what they have in common. Users choose from a list of four alternatives like: They make movies; They write commercials; They oversee construction; and They work in restaurants. The user is instructed to choose the best alternative. These are creative lessons by Susan Howell Brubaker experienced speech-language pathologist and workbook author, 150 different situations, timed responses, large easy-to-read screens, cumulative progress reports, flexibility to adjust the number of incorrect responses before the correct answer is supplied. Level: Mid to High
Requires: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Category: Cognitive Reasoning
Rating: 4.6

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