Deductive Reasoning is designed to facilitate reasoning skills in relatively high level cognitively impaired people. Each lesson has 10 problems. Each problem has a set of rules that describe a class of words. The user is then presented with words and asked to determine whether each is a member of the class. For example, in one class, lion and dog belong but desk and tree do not belong. (Obviously the class is animals) The user is asked: Does elephant belong? What about flower? Ten lessons are provided and the clinician can create additional lessons.
Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 128 megabytes (MB) RAM. Level: Mid to High