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Medicina: Neuropsicologia cognitiva

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Attestation 3
Part of speech Noun phrase
Definition The loss of information over time, often reported as the difference between an immediate and delayed recall.
Forgetting is often reported in neuropsychological assessment as the difference between an immediate and delayed recall (usually 20-30 minutes), expressed as a percentage of the amount of material remembered during immediate recall [(immediate recall-delayed recall)/ immediate recall].
Definition source Vista-Mead 2001
Vista-Mead 2001
Context Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Gesner was the first to advance a theory of the nature of aphasic disorders in terms of "speech amnesia." In discussing jargonaphasia, he insisted that it did not signify a dementia but only a specific type of forgetting. He pointed out that ideation and the memory for words must be distinguished from each other. Ideation is evoked by the perception of physical objects and the action of the sensory nerves.
Context source Sarno 1991
Synonym Loss of knowledge, Loss of information, Speech amnesia
Subject field Aphasia
Sub-field (level 1) Aphasiology
Sub-field (level 2) Cognitive neuropsychology
Sub-field (level 3) Lexical deficits
Generic concept Lexical deficit
Related concept Access difficulty, Deficit of the semantic system, Deficit of the phonological output lexicon, Deficit of the orthographic output lexicon, Deficit of the visual input lexicon
it Perdita della conoscenza
Reliability code 3

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