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Kim, Scott Ph.D.
This maze will test your executive function.
Most of the day, we don't think too hard about what we're doing. But when we encounter an unexpected or challenging situation, we have to think harder. The mental processes that allow us to plan ahead, change strategies, and evaluate possibilities are collectively called executive function.
Here is a maze that tests your ability to plan ahead.
—Scott Kim, firstname.lastname@example.org
© 2013 American Academy of Neurology
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