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difference between Mild and Major Neurocognitive disorders

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A modest cognitive delcine from a previous level of performance in one or more cognitive domain

modest impairment in cognitive performacne, prefereably documented by standardished neuropsychological testing

congitive deficits does not inferefere with inpdendence in everyday activities

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criteria that is the same for major and mild categories of neurocognitive disorders

- concern of idnviidual, informatant, clinician aobut decline

- deficits do not occur exclsuviely in context of delirium

- deficits are not explained by another mental disorder

3

what are the major risk factors for TBI?

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what do neuropsycholgists focus on?

the congitive and behaviroal consequences of injury or illness -- functional capacities

5

referrels to neuropsych. are usually in forder to determine the ___ of an imapirment

determine the nature and degreem, rather than if there is an imapriment

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ray-osterrieth

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what functiosn are tested with a ray-osterrieth  test?

 

 

1. visuospatial abilities

2. memory

3. attention

4. planning

5. working memory

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what are the three components of the  ray-osterrieth  test? 

1. copy

2. immediate recall

3. delayed recall

9

____ is used for verbal memory

Calrifornia verbal learning test 

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Calrifornia verbal learning test can distinguish between a ___ and ___ impairment

learning/attention and memory impairment

11

what disorders can Calrifornia verbal learning test detect? 

- detect brain daimage

characterize memory profiles in pts with schizophrenia, depression, etc

- detect inadequate effort or malingering

- differentiate between depression and neurological disorder

 

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2-back task tests ___ 

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working memory

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____ can be used to detect malingering

l California Verbal Learning Test