Skills targeted
  • Auditory memory
  • Working (short-term) memory
  • Processing speed
Exercises involved

Memories are made up of what we sense: what we heard, saw, tasted, smelled, and felt at a certain point in time. Remembering what we heard as we talked with other people and listened to the world around us is often particularly important.

When auditory memory is strong, you often feel more capable and confident. Instead of mistaking someone's name, you remember it. Instead of having only a fuzzy memory of a conversation, you can recall each detail clearly. Instead of forgetting a melody, you can replay it without a hitch.

In this challenge, you'll have the opportunity to work out your auditory memory with working memory exercises focused on sounds, rhythms, and spoken instructions.