Exercise brain: planning puzzle

braintop Today we have a classic planning puzzle, good for our Frontal Lobes and executive functions, developed by mathematician Edouard Lucas in 1883 and frequently used in neuropsychological evaluations. (Basic brain anatomy here)

PLAY online The Tower of Hanoi.

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  1. eleanor said

    The MindFields College blog has linked to you, I hope you don’t mind!
    We love reading your posts!

  2. Alvaro said

    Eleanor, I am very honored about that! Let me go further, and say I am very honoured 🙂

    NB: will have to spend more time at your blog and MindFields college. From a first look, it seems we are on a very similar wavelength!

  3. eleanor said

    How humourous of you, neighbour!

    I’m glad you liked the look of our blog – as you can see we have only just begun it, and all readers are welcome.

    We published an extract from Elkhonon Goldbergs book ‘The Wisdom Paradox’ in issue 48 of the Human Givens Journal earlier this year, I just noticed that he is on your advisory board, what a coincidence!

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  5. […] Other links: Take a survey from MITA to help determine clues to your strongest intelligences Ned Herrmann’s Whole Brain Model for thinking Edward de Bono’s thinking strategies Exercise your frontal lobe Another classic brain puzzle Learning and teaching strategies for different intelligences […]

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