Cognitive dysfunction

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  • The Importance Of The Transition To Parenthood

    The transition period to parenthood can be a very complex process. This typically occurs because of the change in dynamic. For a very long time, there has been literature that indicates a change in a couple’s relationship after the birth of a child. However, it is truly difficult to determine the true reason for the decline in the sexual-relationship of the couple. There are numerous aspects that can affect the sexual drive The parental relationship is a key variable that can affect the overall…

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  • The Harmful Effects Of Pornography Research

    Within the past month, the topic of pornography has come into the public eye with the state of Utah declaring it a public health crisis. For some this came as a shock and offense but to me it was only a matter of time. I have experienced first hand the effects of how pornography use before and sporadically during a relationship negatively affects the relationship. From this I can tell you that when I knew my significant other had viewed porn it hurt me, my self-esteem, my sense of security, and…

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  • Improper Implantation Case Study

    Medications could help with erectile dysfunction, however surgery is considered to be a last resort. Erectile dysfunction occurs more frequently in the United States because the life expectancy is rising. According to Brosman, it mostly affects males that are 65 years and older. There are different causes of erectile dysfunction. The nerves of the penis could be damaged by a pelvic surgery. For example, a prostatectomy can lead to erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is essentially a…

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  • Sensory Processing Disorder Case Study

    Its 6am; the alarm goes off. This time Jack doesn 't scream or cover his ears. The once familiar feeling of each sound wave as they hit the sides of his skull; the agonizing echo bouncing in his head is gone. To many, noting this absence in response seems extreme; perhaps an exaggeration or overly dramatic, but to Jack, it 's a moment he never understood before. For him it 's the moment of knowing what it feels like to be "normal"; even if it 's just for this one time. Reaching this monumental…

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  • Im Psychology

    With IM and iLS there is actual improvement in other indirect tasks such as tying ones shoe and behavior regulation. The notion behind Interactive Metronome (IM) is that it works to improve the brain 's rhythm and timing, which is essential for many bodily functions. A deficit in this area can affect attention, concentration, motor control, coordination, balance, gait and control of impulsivity. Since SPD causes delays in the relay time of messages, the IM system therapy uses rhythmic sounds…

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  • Im Therapy

    . They noted that a lack of consistent findings amongst the different studies attempting to replicate results, as well as the fact that no significant Group x Time of the experiment was obtained suggested that “tutoring and no treatment, respectively, were as effective as SI therapy…” (Hoehn, Baumeister 347). It was discussions like these that caused practitioners, therapists, and Institutions dedicated to the care of patients with neuroatypical disorders to revisit their approach to effective…

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  • Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Case Study

    Introduction Several learning disabilities exhibit symptoms that are very similar to Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD). These disorders affect sensory perception. One is Audio Processing Disorder (APD), another is Visual Processing Disorder (VPD), and the third is Sensory Processing Disorder (VPD). This paper defines these four disorders, explores commonalities among symptoms, and offers suggestions of accommodations that could help in a classroom where multiples of these…

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  • Summary Of Sensory Processing Disorder

    If and when diagnosis is correctly done, a person suffering from Sensory Processing Disorder can start treatment for their conditions. Contrary to popular belief, the treatments in place to help patients with SPD is greatly flawed. According the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation (2015), treatment for SPD in children is often treated through occupational therapy, which tends to focus on identifying and eliminating any perceived barriers that prevent patients from being active participants…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Technology On Children With ADHD

    A toddler lacks proper social skills. A child screams and fusses uncontrollably until handed his mother’s IPhone. A teen gets hit by a car walking through a street texting. Two boys obsessed with a video game kill 12 students in a high school shooting. These are not the only cases; many of today’s tragic events derive from a lack of social understanding of others, which is learned at a young age. Our childhoods are a critical time and serve as the foundation for the rest of our lives. Recent…

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  • Expressive-Receptive Language Disorder Case Study

    In addition to an Expressive/ Receptive Language Disorder, Amanda is also presenting with a Sensory Integration Disorder (SID), now commonly referred to Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Her symptoms include hyperarousal to visual and auditory stimuli. A Diagnosis of SID entails problems associated with the interpretation of any form of sensory input. A Difficulty processing normal sensory stimuli can affect the normal development of children and with certain degrees of severity relate to…

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