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neuro rehab

final exam

QuestionAnswer
diminished pain sensation hypalgesia
the ability to visually attend to an object visual fixation
entire area that can be seen while eye is fixing on target visual field
multiple coordinated eye movements produced by eye muscle oculomotor skills
simultaneous turning of the eyes inward to see objects close to the face convergence
state of being aware and having perception conscious
ability to move eyes independently without moving their head head-eye-dissociation
ability to follow targets with smooth eye movements visual tracking
ability to smoothly move their eyes from one target to another gaze shift skills
internal awareness of body and relationship of body parts to each other body scheme
inability tointegrate and use perceptions from one side of the body/ visual field cuts unilateral neglect
determine the relative distance between objects, figure,landmarks, and observer depth perception
ability to distinguish important foreground features from background figure ground discrimination
determine location of objects and settings and route to location topographical orientation
recognize forms or objects as the same in various positions and sizes form constancy
identify forms or objects from incomplete presentations visual closure
ability to provide awareness of an object's position in relation to the observer or the perception of the direction in which it is turned position in space
Created by: Melanie J. Shanks Melanie J. Shanks on 2011-07-27



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