differentiate between two tones.
recognize familiar objects.
detect changes in binocular depth cues.
dorsal parietal cortex
inferior temporal cortex
recall childhood experiences.
learn new information.
transform their short-term memories into long-term memories.
recall events that occurred prior to the brain injury.
language problems are more likely to be noted after damage to the left rather than the right hemisphere.
right-handed persons are more likely to have their language center located within the right hemisphere.
most language problems are noted after damage to the right rather than the left hemisphere.
the right hemisphere is most active during our verbal behaviors.
read instructions aloud.
read a map.
awareness of her or his deficits in speech.
damage to the left hemisphere does not alter sign language comprehension or expression.
damage to the right hemisphere greatly impairs sign language comprehension and expression.
spoken language can easily be translated into ASL on a word-for-word basis.
left-handed persons show better sign and language expression than comprehension.
cannot cause brain damage.
has a distinct border.
spreads rapidly through infiltration of adjacent tissue.
can give off cancerous cells that in turn infiltrate distant sites.
administer drugs that lower blood pressure.
cut out the embolus using invasive surgery.
use deep brain stimulation to facilitate neuron regrowth.
administer massive doses of antibiotics.
accumulation of waste products in the brain.
toxic chemicals released by a virus.
leakage from ketones into the brain blood system.
a buildup of waste products in the neurons of brain.
a genetic error involving a missing vital enzyme.
the presence of an extra 21st chromosome.
an inherited faulty gene.
Acute anterior poliomyelitis
presynaptic muscarinic receptors
degenerative disrder related to matrix proteins.
sporadic degenerative disease.
scar tissue on the meninges.
inflammation of the meninges that interferes with the flow of blood or cerebrospinal fluid.
a buildup of the long form of -amyloid precursor protein.
easily articulate words like cigarette.
show fluent articulate speech.
be unable to answer yes or no questions about object functions.
easily name objects.