All participants were pre-tested with the GZSOT test (10min), the PTSOT (5min), the CBTT test (5min), and the GBSMT test (5min).
All the data collected from the pre-tests and post-tests of the GZSOT, PTSOT, CBTT, and GBSMT were coded for quantitative analyses.
We used the Corsi Block-Tapping Task (CBTT) to examine the participant's spatial memory.
The result of the subsequent ANCOVA was significant (F = 6.578, p = 0.013), indicating that there are significant differences between the treatment group and the control group in their CBTT scores.
The test of spatial memory in the Corsi Block-Tapping Task (CBTT) provided the results shown in Table 7, which indicate there was no significant difference between boys' and girls' performance on the CBTT, in either the pre-test or in the post-test.
In line with the results of the CBTT, the results for the GBSMT shown in Table 8 illustrate there was no significant difference between boys' and girls' performance on the game test either in the pre-test or post-test, although boys' mean scores are slightly higher than girls'.