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Test your Brain with these Brain Teasers, Games and Illusions

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Here you can enjoy the Top 25 Brain TeasersGames & Illu­sions that Sharp­Brains read­ers (pri­mar­i­ly adults, but younger minds too) have enjoyed the most. It is always good to learn more about our brains and to exer­cise them!.

Fun experiments on how our brains and minds work

Brain Teasers1. You think you know the col­ors? Try the Stroop Test

2. You say you can count? Check out this brief atten­tion exper­i­ment

3. Test your stress lev­el

4. Guess: Are there more brain con­nec­tions or leaves in the Ama­zon?

Challenge your attention and memory

5. Quick brain teasers to flex two key men­tal mus­cles

6. Count the Fs in this sen­tence

7. Can you iden­tify Apple’s logo?

Optical illusions visual illusion of paralel lines

8. Ten clas­sic opti­cal illu­sions to trick your mind

9. What do you see?

10. Fun Men­tal Rota­tion chal­lenge

11. What is going on with these pic­tures?

Language and logic puzzlesclick here for illusion test

12. Which way is the bus head­ing?

13. Where do words go?

14. Join this par­ty for poly­glots

15. Fun & Brainy Haikus. Yours?

circleA few visual workouts

16. Is a cir­cle a cir­cle?

17. Less obvi­ous than it may appear

18. How many…

Teasing your pattern recognition and thinking

19. Proverbs to exer­cise your mem­ory and rea­son­ing

Math Brain Puzzles20. Find the miss­ing num­ber in The Emp­ty Tri­an­gle

21. Good puz­zle for the whole brain: The Blind Beg­gar

22. Find the the Real­ly, Real­ly, Real­ly Big Num­ber

Brain teasers for job interviews

Brain Teaser Questions

23. Please con­sider Lin­da’s job prospects

24. A few guessti­ma­tions often used in con­sult­ing and tech inter­views

25. How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?

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  1. terri says:

    I am look­ing for brain teas­er activ­i­ties for seniors. can you help me? thanks,
    ter­ri

  2. Tammy says:

    I am also look­ing for activ­i­ties for seniors with ear­ly alzheimers dis­ease and can not use a com­put­er. Can any one help?

  3. Ter­ri, many of these teasers can be used by “seniors”. Age itself is not the best pre­dic­tor of cog­ni­tive function…so you will need to decide what teasers can be appro­pri­ate.

    Tam­my: you should con­sult the local chap­ter of the Alzheimer’s Asso­ci­a­tion, they do have many resources you will find valu­able.

    Regards

  4. Jocelyn says:

    Using mouse slows the response time. Touch­screen would make more sense.

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