Before my neurosurgery in 1998, I had to periodically undergo psychological testing. “Mental juggling” games—such as the ones in Neurobics from the February/March issue, were a part of the rehabilitation process.
To this day, I find that I can still locate words in order by relating a given word to another object or word. I play this game daily when I have a couple of free hours. The more I do it, the better I get.
Anna Victoria Reich