Reasoning training is a test in logic. In some neuropsychological conditions a person’s reasoning is affected. Reasoning training is a program that teaches a person how to come up with conclusions based on previous evidence. The reasoning starts quite simple and works up into quite difficult tasks. An example of a simple task that requires logical reasoning may be: Sally’s sister was born in 1990, one year after Sally was and Sally’s brother was born 2 years before Sally. How old is Sally’s brother?
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