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, areas for visual processing used for auditory processing by those who are blind; or the left hemisphere’s language abilities being performed by the right hemisphere by a person who had a stroke)
The quantity and quality of your brain’s neurons and their connections are what allow you to perceive, attend to, remember, process, and express information. In short they control everything you know and everything you do. The term that best matches this statement is?
A record of past perceptions (concrete or abstract).
A record of past perceptions that is never forgotten unless some type of damage/injury is done to the brain.
Memories that cannot be articulated- meaning expressed or explained (One is able to play a guitar, but is not able to explain how this is done: as playing music is something that is done, not explained. The same goes for walking, writing ones name, and so on.)
Model stating: Neuro/physical-differences (sensory, physical, emotional, cognitive, communication and social ) arise from one’s genes, brain structure, and chemistry, which are in turn tempered by environmental influences.
The neurodiversity model would argue that all brains learn (form the same quantity and quality of neuro connections) when exposed to the same methods and materials, in the same amounts and environments, under the same levels of assistance.
Perceptual information gained through ones thoughts
A record of life experiences: e.g.
, recall seeing a rainbow, can you recall where you were and who you were with?
Expressing what is thought, felt, known, or desired.
Memories one can articulate- meaning express/explain (e.g., One can articulate what is a guitar or piano, but not how to play one- which is something they can only do.
Specialized cells in the brain/body that store and send information, In your brain you have over 100 billion of them which make over 100 trillion connections to other such cells.
The brain making connections between sets of information and predictions about what should happen next
The brain makes connections and predictions as a result of information actively coming through the 5 senses. (e.g., You, rather than imaging if you were to you actually do it).
Scientifically validated instruction
Teaching methods that have been proven, through research studies, as effective
Chemicals used by neurons to communicate with each other
Seeing/focusing on, part/s of the picture rather than the whole picture
Measures taken to arrest, reduce, or eliminate a disability once the likelihood of a disability is detected, or a disability discovered.
In this form of memory information is held in mind and is directly used to reach a goal, as one work on that goal. (e.g., keeping this question in mind as you search for the answer).
One taking conscious control over the thinking used to: 1) size up a problem/set a goal, 2) pick or develop a solution, and 3) track progress towards the goal.
The brain’s ability to focus in on a perception and block out other perceptions.
How the brain obtains information through the 5 senses about the outside world and about the body, and about its own processes (what and how it is thinking and feeling)
The origin of a neuro/physical-difference: from where did it come?
An ephemeral record of past perceptions and then is forgotten: (A memory neuro-connection is made and then quickly lost).
A record of intellectual information” a body of knowledge: e.g., Can you recall the 7 colors of the rainbow?
Measures designed to ensure a disability never occurs.