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a behavioral therapy technique which reduces the appeal of a behavior by associating the behavior with physical or psychological discomfort. Aversive Conditioning
withholding of reinforcement for a previously reinforced behavior which decreases the future probability of that behavior. Extension
Learning that takes place when the learner recognizes the connection between the behavior and its consequences. Operant Conditioning
A form of intense mental practice for learning new emotional and physical habits. The behavioral technique focuses on uncovering irrational beliefs which may lead to unhealthy negative emotions and replacing them with more productive rational alternatives Rational emotive imagery
What is a primary indicator of ALS? Motor impairment without sensory impairment is a primary indicator of ALS. Cognition, bowel and bladder sphincter control, and extraocular muscle control are also typically spared as the disease progresses.
Somatognosia An impairment of body schema where there is a lack of awareness of a body structure and its relationship to other body parts, to oneself or to others.
What's the highest level of SCI can a person dress themselves Patients diagnosed with lower levels of tetraplegia (e.g., C7-C8) are typically able to perform both upper and lower extremity dressing tasks in bed with modified independence (e.g., use of a shoehorn).
Equilibrium coordination tests consider both static and dynamic components of posture and balance when the patient is an upright standing position. These tests look at stability and function as it relates to balance and motor control. Examples of equilibrium coordination testing may in
Non-equilibrium coordination tests consider both static and dynamic components of movement when the patient is sitting. These tests incorporate both gross and fine motor activities and are typically used to screen for pathology within the cerebellum.
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