5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Episodic Memory
- Primacy Effect
- Autobiographical Memory
- Wernicke's Aphasia
- Capgras Delusion Syndrome
- a inability to understand or produce meaningful language although production of words and language fluency are still intact
- b misidentification of familiar individuals as imposters; can recognize faces, but show no emotional markers of recognition
- c memory for events or the specific source of information
- d in memory task, first words are easier to remember
- e Form of episodic memory; memory for personally relevant information and events. Memory for our emotions or thoughts about an event.
5 Multiple choice questions
- unconscious orienting by exogenous cues; attention is automatically captured by the cue.
- information that was learned and/or retrieved without intention
- inability to name things in the world, must rely on circumlocution
- blow to the head resulting in contusions at site of impact
- shifting of brain causes axons to stretch abnormally and disrupt the cytoskeleton of axons; axons swell and many rupture (Concussion)
5 True/False questions
Simultanagnosia (Balints Syndrome) → inability to see more than one object at a time (problem with visual attention)
Apperceptive Agnosia → failure to fully percieve objects (problem with higher-level vision)
Attention → ability to focus on relevant aspects of environment/thoughts/etc.
Declarative Memory → information that was learned and/or retrieved without intention
Procedural Memory → memory for events or the specific source of information