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Perceptual Defic (1)


Body Schema Awareness of body parts, position of body in relation to the environment
Right-left discrimination Ability to understand concepts of right and left
Body part identification Ability to identify body parts of self and others
Anosgnosia Unawareness or denial of deficits
Unilateral Neglect Neglect of one side of the body or extra-personal space
Position in space Ability to understand concepts like over, under, around, above and below
Spatial relations Ability to perceive self in relation to other objects
Topographic orientation Ability to find one's way from one place to another
Figure ground perception Ability to distinguish foreground from background
Limb apraxia Inability to carry out purposeful movement in the presence of intact sensation
Constructional apraxia Deficit in constructional activities
Dressing apraxia Inability to dress oneself
Created by: Grandolph1