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cognition &vp skills

key words and their meaning

QuestionAnswer
medical term for cross eyed bilateral esotropic eye gaze
eye gaze upward hypertropic
eye gaze downward hypotropic
eye gaze outward exotropic
poor awareness of your abilities and inabilities impaired insight
ability to find items in the foreground from the background- like looking in a junk drawer figure gound
knowing your left from your right left right discrimination
knowing what comes 1st, second, third, etc. Knowing to put on your socks before your shoes sequencing
feeling in your backpack for an item and knowing you have found the item with out using your vision stereognosis
working on 2 tasks simultaniously requires you to use what type of attention divided attention
your ability to maintain your attention on a test requires what type of attention sustained attention
A & O x 4 means? Alert and oriented to person, place, time, and reason
If you do not know why you are in a hospital, you are disoriented to ____ reason
If you know your name but no other personal info about you, you are not fully oriented to ____ person
Knowing that the room is down the hall from the kitchen means that you have good ______ orientation. topographical
being able to put LIKE things together involves categorization skills
When trying to decide which task to complete next, you need to use reasoning
You try to turn on your computer and it does not come on. You try the power button again. After that does not work you tell your friend your computer is dead. What do you have a problem with? problem solving
You ask your patient to repeat 7 digits back to you right after you say them. You are testing? Immediate recall
You ask your patient what they did last week. You are testing LTM
You ask your patient to recall what happened 5 minutes ago. You are testing? STM
Your patient believes he can still play volleyball, even though they can not sit up on their own and can not move their arms. The patient is lacking insight
You have a big party coming up. You decide what to do each day to prepare for the event. You are_____________ planning
Learning just the facts involves using what type of memory declaritive
Learning something in order to perform a motor action is using what type of memory procedural
Knowing your memory abilities is metamemory
you ask your patient to put the red cube in front of the book, the blue cube under the book, and the yellow one next to the book. You are testing? position in space.
When asked to draw a picture of a person, the patient draws the hand on top of the head and the nose on the foot. They have a problem with __________ Body schema
you see an object and can not name it. You have ______________ Visual agnosia
You are asked to open a door. You know what the person has asked you to do, you just do not know how to make your arm move in a way to do the task. You have _______ ideomotor apraxia
You are asked to open the door. You do not understand what the task is or how to make your arm do the task. you have___________ ideational apraxia
You know a pen is a pen no matter what shape or color it is. This is because you have good form constancy
Your patient does not acknowledge the left half of his body nor the left half of the environment. He has left neglect (unilateral neglect)
Your patient has lost his vision in the lower left quadrant. He has ________ visual field loss
You ask your patient to copy a block design. He can not. He has _______________ constructional apraxia
You ask your patient to get dressed. They can not complete the motor action to get dressed even though they have the movement to complete the task. They have dressing apraxia
Created by: lhelgeson on 2011-10-06



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