5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Procedural Memory
- Reflexive/Obligatory Orienting
- Simultanagnosia (Balints Syndrome)
- a injuries that result at the brain shifts or bounces back against the skull.
- b inability to recognize and identify familiar faces
- c unconscious orienting by exogenous cues; attention is automatically captured by the cue.
- d inability to see more than one object at a time (problem with visual attention)
- e memory for skills or habits
5 Multiple choice questions
- disconnection between Broca's Area and Wernicke's Area as a result of damage to arcuate fasciculus
- everyday memory for information and past events (Fast, Flexible, Fallible)
- in memory task, first words are easier to remember
- shifting of brain causes axons to stretch abnormally and disrupt the cytoskeleton of axons; axons swell and many rupture (Concussion)
- "attentional spotlight", the ability to select and attend to relevant stimuli and to avoid distraction by irrelevant stimuli
5 True/False questions
Apperceptive Agnosia → failure to fully percieve objects (problem with higher-level vision)
Recency Effect → in memory tasks, last thing looked at is easier to remember
Autobiographical Memory → Form of episodic memory; memory for personally relevant information and events. Memory for our emotions or thoughts about an event.
Cognitive Flexibility → "attentional spotlight", the ability to select and attend to relevant stimuli and to avoid distraction by irrelevant stimuli
Aphasia → general term for any inability to comprehend or produce language