Thursday, July 19, 2012

side effects of injury to each lobe of the brain

The following is a list of common side effects to the brain and categorized by each lobe of the brain,and all my information is from the video at the bottom of the screen.No brain injury is the same,and what me seem like the same brain injury (like a neuro disorder) doesn't mean that the same two people are the same either.So some of these may effect some people but not others.Also just because the brain injury occurs at birth or soon after doesn't mean that the person will experience these same things,it just means that they won't able to experience what it considered to be "normal".I gave descriptions for some of the side effects that I felt didn't explain enough,but others I had a hard time finding info on it so I just left it blank.Thanks for reading..
Frontal Lobe

Sequencing-Not being to sequence activities or achieve a goal.
Decision making-
Attention-distractibility and poor attention
Personality-Problem solving-
Verbal expression-the communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions; "expressions of good will"; "he helped me find verbal expression for my ideas"; "the idea was immediate but the verbalism took hours"
Spontaneity-Spontaneous behavior, impulse, or movement.In responce to others and enviroment.
Emotions-Control of them or how they function
Movement Initiation-The lack of control of them,seen a lot in Parkinson's.
Changes in social Behavior-
Impared working memory-

Temporal Lobe

Spoken Word-Understanding spoken word.
Selective attention-the process by which a person can selectively pick out one message from a mixture of messages occurring simultaneously
Inhibitions-A feeling that makes one self-conscious and unable to act in a relaxed and natural way.
Facial recognition-
Locating Objects-
Short Term Memory loss-
Persistent talking-

Parietal Lobe

Object Classification-
Tactile Processing-
Academic Skills-
Cognitive Ability-
Directional Understanding-Knowing the difference between left and right etc etc..
Hand-Eye coordination-
Spatial Orientation-

Occipital Lobe

Vision Field-
Locating objects-
Color identification-
Word Blindness-Not being able to recognize words
Movement Perception-
Visual Processing-
Visual Illusions-Inaccurately seeing objects

Cerebellum Lobe

Gross and Fine motor skills-
Voluntary Motor skills-
Equilibrium-State of balance. Condition in which contending forces are equal.
Postural Controls-
Eye Movement-
Scanning Speech-also known as explosive speech, is a type of ataxic dysarthria in which spoken words are broken up into separate syllables, often separated by a noticeable pause, and spoken with varying force.

Brain Stem

Body Temperature-The lack of a control and keeping a normal body temperature.
Heart Rate-
Swallowing-Not being to swallow foods and liquids as well.
Vertigo-True vertigo is the sensation of moving around in space or of having objects move about the person and is a result of a disturbance of equilibratory apparatus.
Sleeping Difficulties-

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