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Neurorehab Unit 1

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anskorczewski12's version from 2017-11-08 03:21

Section 1

Question Answer
sustained attention
selective attention(Unable to ignore distractions, may not notice safety cues)
divided attention
alternating attention
declarative memory
implicit memory
executive functionsability to problem solve, plan, establish goals, monitor work, and initiate and terminate tasks
self-awareness and metacognitionappreciation of personal attributes, initiation of compensatory strategies in response to known personal attributes
simple problem solvingvisually apparent problem
complex problem solvingnot visually apparent (e.g. recognizing that you lost your sock)
mental flexibilityadapt to new situations; using new techniques when something doesn't work
abstractionseeing/thinking beyond the situation; understanding limitations (foresee problems and then compensate
self awarenessknowing abilities and how you can do on a task (unable to set realistic goals)
memorize

Section 2

Question Answer
levels of visual functioningoculomotor control/acuity/visual fields, attention, scanning, pattern recognition, visual memory, visuocognition, adaptation through vision
hemi-inattentiongeneralized difficulty with alertness and attention, spatial bias, or difficulty forming a mental representation of space that includes the involved side
unilateral neglectimpaired ability to detect, report, or respond to visual stimuli presented to affected side
scanningability to use an organized visual search of the task or environment
strategies for scanninganchoring, cueing, reorientation of reading materials
ocular motilityability of eyes to move smoothly and with coordination through full ROM
constructional apraxiainability to correctly draw or assemble parts to form a unitary structure (following a map, puzzle)
memorize

Section 3

Question Answer
muscles stabilizing the trunktransverse abdonimus, rotatores, multifidus
cerebellum functionintegrates and modulates information, regulates input to control movement, influences m. tone, inputs timing and synergy of m. groups during synergiztic movements
basal ganglia functionsequences automatic postural reactions
memorize