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Apraxia and left-right confusion indicate damage to the:
parietal lobe
The temporal lobes (Response 2) contain
the primary auditory cortex, and are also involved in emotional behavior and memory.
The parietal lobe contains
the primary sensory areas that process somatosensory information including light touch, pain, heat, and the primary sensory areas that process somatosensory information including light touch, pain, heat, and proprioception (the ability to locate one's body parts). People with parietal lobe damage frequently experience apraxias in dressing.
Cardiotoxicity (Response 3) is a concern with what class of meds?
tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) and refers to toxic effects on the heart. TCAs are contraindicated for patients with heart disease
Renal complications (Response 4) are a concern with __________ which is contraindicated for patients with kidney disease.
lithium
Encoding (Response 1) refers to
converting a message from one system of communication into another, such as seeing a picture of a tree and remembering the word tree.
Insufficient rehearsal (Response 3) results in information that is long-term memory.
lost from short-term memory and therefore never enters
155. The association between two variables, when each variable's association with another variable has been removed, is known as:

• 2. partial correlation.