Understand the role of research in evidence-based practice
Identify different types and spheres of rehabilitation research
Understand the stages of the health research cycle
Identify the components and formulate clinical and research questions r
3. Outcome measures
To become familiar with outcome measurement and associated terminology.
To understand the classification of outcome measures.
To become familiar with the factors to be considered while selecting outcome measures.
To become fami
DISORDERS OF THE EXTRA-PYRAMIDAL SYSTEM
Analysis of a motor task
- Climbing on a chair and reaching for a hidden object on top shelf
- What is required and what roles are played by the different motor areas?
Balance, memory, motor, vision
14. Motor Control & Learning
To understand the neurological basis of un conscious and voluntary control
To examine how skill learning occurs
To examine the changes in the nervous system following skill acquisition
Motor system and disease
14. Sensorimotor integration
To understand the concept of sensorimotor integration
To identify brain structure associated with sensorimotor integration
To learn the deficits associated with damage to the sensorimotor cortical areas
The ball catching task
Vestibular system, gaze & sleep
Process sensory information underlying motor responses
Spatial orientation relative to gravity
Helping to stabilize gaze, head and posture
Sense of balance
Name the sensory receptor structures for each somatosensory modality
Explain how the physical stimulus is converted into a neural signal
Identify the pathways from the skin to the CNS, naming their synaptic relay sites
Explain how the
1. 2 bumps
2. Involve in eye move and orientation of the gait
3. Superior layer: Multisensory integration: visual,
auditory, somatosensory stimuli neurons. Ex:
switch on some info and shut down.
- Inferior colliculus
Localization of Higher Brain Functions
- The map of everything we are: Joseph gall. Brain divides by section.
- We have a few primary association areas and lot of association areas (which integrate information from
- Ex: when reading books