In Syllable Stacks, a series of syllables will play. The challenge is to then select the syllables shown on the screen in the order in which they were played. For example, the exercise may play "nut, rug, lab, chuck" and then will present those syllables visually. Click the syllables in the order in which they were sounded.
As the exercise gets more difficult, the syllables will play faster and becoming increasingly similar to one another.
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The speech may sound a little strange at first. The speech has been digitally stretched and emphasized in the first levels to better engage the brain in the auditory processing component of the task. Other levels have normal speech, and some levels have compressed rapid speech. Read more about speech processing here.
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