In this post, I want to share with you some knowledge about analog problem solutions and how to transfer experience/learning between past and newer tasks. This transfer depends on several factors like:
- The similarity of tasks (objects, features, relations, operators)
- The similarity of context (physical context, social context)
- The interval of time
The transfer is best when the similarity is big, but the interval short.
Analog thinking is involving the projection of an initial situation upon a target situation by having some relationships between elements of both situations. The condition for this transfer of knowledge is that there is a similarity between both situations.
Sudoku is another great way to train your cognitive ability, so I have found a site, where you can find some puzzle games to play with:
And here are some fun games to train your reasoning capacity:
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Looking forward to reading your feedback in the comment section!