Memory, Agnosia, and Apraxia
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  • Question 1
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    The recall of facts, definitions, and grammar

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    Semantic

    Procedural

    Short term

    Episodic

  • Question 2
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    The ability to perform a task without thinking relies on which type of memory?

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    Procedural

    Episodic

    Semantic

    Short term

  • Question 3
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    All of the following are true regarding implicit memories except?

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    Non-conscious learning

    Based upon performance

    Knowledge of discrete events

    Procedural skills and habits

  • Question 4
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    Working memory used for the search and retrieval process is housed in which area of the brain?

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    Hippocampus

    Amygdala

    Parietal lobe

    Prefrontal lobe

  • Question 5
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    Temporary loss of memory of one's entire past in response to injury is called?

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    Anterograde amnesia

    Korsakoff Syndrome

    Retrograde amnesia

    Dementia

  • Question 6
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    Failure to recognize, name, and indicate the use of a seen object by spoken or written word or gesture

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    Visual object agnosia

    Anosognosia

    Prosopagnosia

    Apraxia

  • Question 7
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    Ill defined clumsiness and maladroitness that is the result of an inability to connect or isolate the individual movements of the hand or arm

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    Hemineglect

    Ideomotor apraxia

    Ideational apraxia

    Kinetic limb apraxia

  • Question 8
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    Neglect behaviors occurring within reaching space (near space)

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    Extrapersonal neglect

    Peripersonal neglect

    Hemineglect

    Visual neglect

  • Question 9
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    Involves the inability to integrate and use perceptions from one side of the body or the environment which is not due to sensory loss

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    Unilateral neglect

    Kinetic limb apraxia

    Visual agnosia

    Auditory agnosia

  • Question 10
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    Auditory sensations cannot be distinguished from one another

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    Amusia

    Agnosia for Sounds

    Auditory Verbal Agnosia

    Anosognosia

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