Jeopardy extra credit '09

Jeopardy extra credit '09 - OT ! KS! ! ROC Perception...

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Neuro Jeopardy!!! Perception Memory Disorders of Language Emotions & Mental Health Vascularization, 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 OT ROCKS!!!
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What is the general term for the inability to recognize or make sense of incoming Information, despite intact sensory capabilities?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style What is Agnosia Types of Agnosias -Alexia : Inability to comprehend written language -Anosognosia : Lack of awareness or denial of severity of paralysis; lack of insight -Prosopagnosia : Inability to recognize familiar faces -Visual Object Agnosia : Inability to visually recognize objects despite having intact vision -Auditory Agnosia : Can perceive sounds but not recognize them. L= Unable to understand speech. R= Interferes with interpretation of environmental sounds.
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What are the characteristics of Astereognosis?
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What is the inability to recognize objects by touch and manipulation alone, and an impaired perception of shape, texture, temperature, weight and density. -Tactile recognition processes must be integrated with precision motor skills in order to extract salient contours and to enable appropriate handling of an object.
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What type of visuoperceptive abililties do these two pictures represent and what are their characteristics? 1. 2.
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What is Figure Ground and Topographical Orientation Figure Ground The ability to differentiate foreground and background forms or objects Topographical Orientation The ability to determine the location of objects and setting and the route to the location Topographic disorientation
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Other Visuoperceptive Abilities Form Discrimination The ability to perceive differences among and positional aspects of objects. Inability to distinguish between: Similar letters such as M or N Words such as HOSE, HOUSE, or HORSE Spatial Relations Relating objects to each other or to oneself
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Visuoperceptive Abilities Cont. Body Scheme Awareness An internal awareness of the body and the relationship of body parts to each other Right/Left Discrimination Ability to discriminate between R and L sides of the body Concept also applies to the external environment. Finger Agnosia Impaired ability to identify the fingers of one’s own and or those of another person
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Carl is a 50 year old male who enjoys cooking and spending time with his two children in his spare time. Up until a year ago his life was fairly easy as Carl had an Ivy League education, healthy family, and successful job. However, one day things quickly began to change. Carl was on his way to the grocery store when a oncoming vehicle ran a red light, hitting Carl on the drivers side. Due to the impact, Carl’s head slammed into the driver’s window, and even though the impact was sever, Carl walked away with minor injuries. However, soon after, Carl could no longer perform purposeful movements. He could not
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2010 for the course OT 441 taught by Professor Stein during the Summer '10 term at USC.

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Jeopardy extra credit '09 - OT ! KS! ! ROC Perception...

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