All releases of Brain Workshop

  •  29 Sep 2010 17:54
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    Release Notes: This release adds many new features and challenging play modes including Quad N-Back, Dual Audio N-Back, Crab N-Back, and multi-stimulus modes. Multiple user profiles are now supported.

    •  18 Jan 2009 09:16
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      Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs and adds some new configuration options. Novice Mode was renamed to Jaeggi Mode. The data and res directories can now be specified on the command line using the --datadir and --resdir parameters.

      •  15 Nov 2008 21:52
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        Release Notes: Variable n-back levels can be used with any game mode. Sounds for the auditory n-back task can be selected by pressing S. New Morse Code sounds can be used with any n-back mode.

        •  09 Nov 2008 07:11
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          Release Notes: This release provides a new title screen. Launching in Novice Mode will no longer cause a crash. The date axis of the progress graph will no longer skip days, and data points are now indicated with a dot. The num pad should now work properly with Arithmetic N-Back modes. Difficulty of Dual Variable N-Back has been increased slightly.

          •  02 Nov 2008 00:40
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            Release Notes: This release adds single n-back modes for younger children and those who may find dual n-back too challenging. It also adds a new challenge mode, Dual Variable N-Back. The configuration file is no longer included in the distribution, so your old settings won't get overwritten. OpenAL is now the default sound driver on Linux. (Try installing package python-openal if you're having sound problems.) The pyglet library no longer needs to be installed separately.

            •  30 Oct 2008 05:53
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              Release Notes: This release fixes the level decrease threshold in Novice mode. A configuration option is now available to use the pre-4.1 flat squares. There are two changes to Novice Mode to eliminate the last of the differences compared to the original study protocol: exactly 6 position and 6 audio matches are now generated each session; and the score for the session is set as the lowest of the two individual modality scores (visual and audio).

              •  26 Oct 2008 07:54
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                Release Notes: The squares in Dual and Triple N-Back have a new look. Individual scores for each input category (position, sound, etc.) are shown in the graph screen. New piano sounds are available in the configuration file to test your tonal memory.

                •  19 Oct 2008 04:08
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                  Release Notes: This release adds the division operation to the Arithmetic N-Back modes. Use the period key '.' to insert a decimal point. A bug was fixed where if you had just advanced to a new level and quit BW, the next time you restarted you would be back at the previous level.

                  •  16 Oct 2008 06:35
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                    Release Notes: This release adds new sounds and two new game modes, Dual Arithmetic N-Back and Triple Arithmetic N-Back. A problem with sound driver selection in Linux was resolved.

                    •  14 Oct 2008 20:12
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                      Release Notes: A new game mode was added: Arithmetic N-Back. Optional Novice mode (aka BT mode) emulates the original study protocol. New NATO Phonetic Alphabet sounds (alpha, bravo, charlie, etc). Keep track of your daily progress with the new graphing feature. An adaptive level-changing model ensures you're always playing at the right level. Keyboard keys can now be redefined. Feedback for missed cues is displayed. Optional full-screen mode for a larger, distraction-free playing field. An optional black background reduces eye strain. An easy config file provides access to configuration options.

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