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Test Yourself: Memory

Platform(s): PlayStation 3
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Creat Studios
Developer: Creat Studios
Release Date: July 26, 2011

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'Test Yourself: Memory' (PSN) Announced

by Rainier on July 15, 2011 @ 1:27 a.m. PDT

Test Yourself: Memory is a series of interactive psychological tests which measure and analyze one's primary mental and behavioral activities, focusing on memory and attention.

Test Yourself introduces audiences to a unique mental experience on the PlayStation Network and will be released as a series of packs, each devoted to specific areas of psychological activity. The second pack, Test Yourself: Memory contains two additional blocks of tests—Memory and Attention—and will be available for download on the PlayStation Network.

The new Test Yourself add-on is a series of interactive psychology tests and games designed to test and evaluate your memory and attention. Test Yourself mixes fun with education, combining cutting-edge psychological research with the latest advances in video game technology. At the foundation of the game lies extensive practical expertise acquired by leading psychologists through research that has spanned years and affected thousands.

Test Yourself is a serious scientific product developed by a team of professional psychologists and counselors. The product’s affordable price is part of an effort to support increasing public interest towards psychology. By combining a scientific approach with the fun PlayStation platform, Test Yourself offers an accessible and enjoyable experience for audiences of all ages and cultural backgrounds.

Test Yourself has been rated “E” for Everyone, and will be available for $2.99 / £2.39.


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