The Corsi block test is a short-term visual working memory test that uses blocks and asks the subject to repeat the sequence given by the examiner. The ConductScience Digital Health Corsi Block test can be delivered to patients anytime and anywhere and can be made with lengths from 1-100 sequences long, with forward and reverse sequencing available as features.
The original Corsi apparatus had nine blocks on a 23 x 28 board arranged in an irregular manner. The examiner taps the blocks in random sequences of increasing length. After the tapped sequence, the subject tries to mimic the tapping until he can no longer progress successfully.