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5 Matching questions

  1. Coup
  2. Diffuse Axonal Injury
  3. Capgras Delusion Syndrome
  4. Perceptual Priming
  5. Apperceptive Agnosia
  1. a blow to the head resulting in contusions at site of impact
  2. b misidentification of familiar individuals as imposters; can recognize faces, but show no emotional markers of recognition
  3. c failure to fully percieve objects (problem with higher-level vision)
  4. d memory for sensory information that was previously experienced
  5. e shifting of brain causes axons to stretch abnormally and disrupt the cytoskeleton of axons; axons swell and many rupture (Concussion)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. memory for events or the specific source of information
  2. "attentional spotlight", the ability to select and attend to relevant stimuli and to avoid distraction by irrelevant stimuli
  3. injuries that result at the brain shifts or bounces back against the skull.
  4. inability to understand or produce meaningful language although production of words and language fluency are still intact
  5. ability to focus on relevant aspects of environment/thoughts/etc.

5 True/False questions

  1. Phonological Dyslexiareading disability highly associated with lack of phonemic awareness (sounds that letters or letter combos make)

          

  2. Simultanagnosia (Balints Syndrome)misidentification of familiar individuals as imposters; can recognize faces, but show no emotional markers of recognition

          

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

          

  4. Declarative Memoryinformation that was learned and/or retrieved without intention

          

  5. Cognitive Flexibility"attentional spotlight", the ability to select and attend to relevant stimuli and to avoid distraction by irrelevant stimuli