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   Spatial Thinking

 
Spatial thinking involves analysis,
  problem solving, and pattern prediction
  involving objects and their spatial
  relationships. It can involve geometry
  and geometric thinking, mathematical
  transformation of information, engineering and architecture, astronomy, geography,
  informatics, modeling, video gaming, and the arts.

  The picture above shows all the areas of brain that are activated when test subjects
  imagined mentally rotating the block in three-dimensional space.

  Below you can see what your brain would like if you're able to solve the Tower of
  London spatial reasoning task - you have to swap the position of the beads in the
  initial position.

 

 

 

  
   Mental Rotation

  
Tower of London fMRI