Flashcards in Exam 1 Part 4 Deck (20)
Contains cognitive processes (attention, inhibition, flexibility, problems solving, planning)
Where is visual and spatial information stored?
Where is sound/speech stored?
Acts as a backup store which communicates with long term memory and components of working memory
What are the 4 parts of the sequential memory model?
Encoding, consolidation, storage, retrieval
What does the contemporary memory model tell us?
Sequential model still exists, but they can happen at the same time
Depends on the kinds of information and rotes of storage
General knowledge, semantic and episodic memory
Includes procedural memory, priming, classical conditioning
One stimulus influences response to another
Divided by motor skill or cognitive skill
Repeated stimulation with a salient reward
How do we assess someone cognitively in a functional point of view
Study of neural diseases
Caused by inadequate blood supply, functional speech/language is dependent on the site and severity, first few days imperative
Acute ischemic stroke
Bleed within the brain resulting in increased pressure, generally little residual impairment once excess fluid is evacuated
Bleeding within the arachnoid space, prevalent in younger persons
Bleed below the level of dura mater, residual deficits depends on site and severity