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Neuroanatomy II

Sensory

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What are the 3 main roles of the sensory system? register, modulate, interpret
_____ is the role which protects and discriminates registration
_____ is the role which achieves & maintains optimal level of arousal for tasks modulation
_____ is the role which plans, organizes, feedback, feedforward interpretation
_____ theshold = sensory seeking/craving high
_____ threshold = sesnsory avoidant low
The pure definition of _____ _____ _____ is the absence of any other neurological, genetic or medical impairment sensory processing disorder (SPD)
The vestibular system is made up of _____ ____and ____ ____which orientate our head in space, direct movement, and speed of movement. semicircular canals( rotational) and otolith organs (linear acceleration)
_____/______ perception is awareness of background spaceLocomotion in relation to spatial configurations of contours, surfaces, events & objects ambient/peripheral
____/____ perception is attention oriented, use to examine the details of a specific object or details of a small spaceObject recognition and identification focal/central
Created by: txst spr 2009