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_____ refers to association cortex where higher-order processing takes place mostly for a single sensory or motor modality; ____ refers to association cortex involved in integrating functions from multiple sensory and/or motor modalities.
unimodal; multimodal
Lesions in ___(Wernicke's/Broca's)___ area cause deficits in language comprehension while deficits in ___(Wernicke's/Broca's)___ area causes deficits in production of language
Wernicke's; Broca's
What are the 4 main components of Gerstmann's syndrome?
acalculia, right/left confusion, finger agnosia, agraphia
_____ is poor sequencing of motor movements.
____ is neglect of one side of space (aqnd sometimes body), usually __(left/right)__.
Hemineglect; left
______ is impaired self-awareness, especially with respect to one's own deficits
__________ are primitive reflexes that are normal in infants, such as grasp, root, suck, and snout reflexes.
Frontal Release Signs
____ is the tendency to stare passively, to respond after long delay, and have poor initiation.
_____ refers to the gait characterized by feet shuffling close to the floor.
Magnetic gait
_____ is the inability to recognize faces.
____ is the inability to recognize colors
____ is the persistence or reappearance of an object viewed earlier.