This is a hidden word clue and the split is between the third word and the fourth word.
This is a metapuzzle. Each of the six answers can be matched to one of the categories if you properly “reorient” it. If you think you know one of the six answers, you can enter it in the answer box to check it.
I need a better hint.
Each of the original answers can become a new word by adding a letter and, in some cases, rearranging the letters. Find new words that will answer the question “Name a ___?” for each category.
I'm almost ready to give up.
For three of the answers, add an extra letter at the front or end to make a new word. For the other three words, you will need to add one letter and rearrange all of them to make a new word. What are the extra letters you added?
Tell me which answers go with which categories.
VISUOSPATIAL / EXECUTIVE: City,NAMING: Country,ATTENTION: Day,LANGUAGE: Place,ABSTRACTION: Relative,MEMORY: President.
Click on an item below to reveal the information. Select a section above to get hints on each section.
The answer to each labeled section answer is a common word. The answers to the subsections are not necessarily words. The “points” listed in the right column gives the number of letters.
What do the s indicate?
Each  is an answer letter.
Do I need any special knowledge or the internet?
Familiarity with common word puzzle types, like anagrams and cryptic crosswords, will be helpful, and common codes and ciphers will come in handy. No other specialized knowledge or research is necessary.
Any general advice?
Read carefully. There are hints embedded in the text.
Do I need to print this out?
While you might find it convenient to work on a printed copy, there is nothing that requires you to print this out.
I'd like to thank the test solvers who helped me develop and refine COCOA: Judy Adamski, Victor Barocas, Ben Bass, James Dean, Jon Delfin, Lilly Geiger, Justin Kalef, Roy Leban, Justin Melvin, M. Sean Molley, Kelly Moutsos, Lance Nathan, Mark Oshin, Scott Purdy, and Ashutosh Sodhani.