Cognitive Shifting

Cognitive shifting involves the ability to shift from thinking about one particular subject to another. A good example of cognitive shifting abilities is the Wisconsin Sorting Task

Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST)

A number of stimulus cards will be presented to you displaying shapes of various numbers, colors and types.

Your job is to match one of the 4 cards presented a the top to a test card presented at the bottom. The catch is, you must figure out what attribute (color, shape or number) to match, all by yourself.

After making the choice, we will tell you whether or not you matched correctly and you must deduce what attribute was used to match the cards.

There will be 60 matching rounds in total.

Match a correct card.