TB7 B&B Lecture 2; Speaking and Listening 2

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1. What kind of damage do people with deep dysphasia typically have?

  • Dorsal damage but intact semantic representations
  • Dorsal damage (partial ventral) and damaged semantic representations
  • Ventral damage (partial dorsal) and damaged semantic representations
  • Ventral damage but intact semantic representations
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2. In semantic dementia, will a patient show impaired object recognition from vision aswell as sound, taste etc?

  • Yes
  • No

3. In semantic dementia (SD), what tend to be lost first?

  • All features of objects
  • Distinctive features of objects
  • Generic features of objects

4. What kind of objects were used in Pobric et al (2010)?

  • Highly manipulable objects (e.g brush), Low manipulable objects (lettuce)
  • Highly manipulable objects (e.g lettuce), Low manipulable objects (brush)

5. What kind of activation pattern was shown in Rogers et al (2000)?

  • A posterior anterior gradient from least to most specific
  • A posterior anterior gradient from most to least specific
  • An anterior posterior gradient from least to most specific
  • An anterior posterior gradient from most to least specific

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