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doi: 10.1097/01.NNN.0000368489.01419.31
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Neurobics: Monster Garden, Part II

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Recall the positions of the gardener and monsters from the previous page. In your imagination, add them into garden A below. Look again if you need to refresh your memory. Now what is the shortest path from the gardener to the flower? Trace the path with your finger, then write your answer in the blank.

Continue to do the same thing for the other gardens—combine the elements on the previous page with the elements on this page, and find the shortest path from the gardener to the flower.

This puzzle is based on Monster Garden, a computer game made by Lumosity. Lumosity offers games that exercise different areas of your brain, just like a gym offers machines that exercise different parts of your body. To play Monster Garden, visit Lumosity.com.

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