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5 Matching questions

  1. Apperceptive Agnosia
  2. Aphasia
  3. Sustained Attention
  4. Associative Agnosia
  5. Perceptual Priming
  1. a general term for any inability to comprehend or produce language
  2. b failure to fully percieve objects (problem with higher-level vision)
  3. c memory for sensory information that was previously experienced
  4. d "paying attention", the ability to maintain an alert state over an extended period of time
  5. e failure to recognize objects by sight despite normal vision (problem with retrieving/connecting knowledge to object)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. memory for skills or habits
  2. the ability to alternate between multiple rules or tasks
  3. inability to see more than one object at a time (problem with visual attention)
  4. reading disability highly associated with lack of phonemic awareness (sounds that letters or letter combos make)
  5. memory for events or the specific source of information

5 True/False questions

  1. Capgras Delusion Syndromemisidentification of familiar individuals as imposters; can recognize faces, but show no emotional markers of recognition

          

  2. Prosopagnosiainability to name things in the world, must rely on circumlocution

          

  3. Primacy Effectin memory tasks, last thing looked at is easier to remember

          

  4. Declarative Memoryeveryday memory for information and past events (Fast, Flexible, Fallible)

          

  5. Recency Effectin memory task, first words are easier to remember

          

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