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what are some appropriate examples of verbal tasks and some examples of visual tasks that can be used during a brain scan?
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Are you trying to study for a brain scan?
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Are you trying to study for a brain scan?
no I'm not thanks, I study A level psychology and its an exam question I need help on..
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Is this is a memory task, consider the n-back task.

It's used in measuring cognitive demand/stress.

0-back - participants repeat the most recently mentioned number

1-back - participants repeat the number mentioned before the most recently mentioned number.

For example:
You: 2
Participant : ...
You: 4
Participant: 2
You: 6
Participant: 4

2-back - participants repeat the number 2 places before the most recently mentioned number

For example:
You: 2
Participant: ...
You: 4
Participant: ...
You: 6
Participant: 2
You: 1
Participant: 4
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Is this is a memory task, consider the n-back task.

It's used in measuring cognitive demand/stress.

0-back - participants repeat the most recently mentioned number

1-back - participants repeat the number mentioned before the most recently mentioned number.

For example:
You: 2
Participant : ...
You: 4
Participant: 2
You: 6
Participant: 4

2-back - participants repeat the number 2 places before the most recently mentioned number

For example:
You: 2
Participant: ...
You: 4
Participant: ...
You: 6
Participant: 2
You: 1
Participant: 4
would that be a verbal task?
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would that be a verbal task?
It's a verbal task.

Though you just mentioned now that this is A-Level so I'm not sure if it's relevant to your syllabus...
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It's a verbal task.

Though you just mentioned now that this is A-Level so I'm not sure if it's relevant to your syllabus...
it does seem a bit complex I haven't really heard of it but we've only just started the topic of memory so I'll put it down anyway...would reading be okay as a visual task?
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it does seem a bit complex I haven't really heard of it but we've only just started the topic of memory so I'll put it down anyway...would reading be okay as a visual task?
As I mentioned, it's probably not the most straightforward way of measuring memory if you're doing A-Level psychology. you're better off picking something more simple.
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As I mentioned, it's probably not the most straightforward way of measuring memory if you're doing A-Level psychology. you're better off picking something more simple.
okay, thanks anyways
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