Class 2 Power Point

Table of Contents

  1. Hierarchy of Experience
  2. A Simple Example
  3. Hierarchy of Experience and Neurodevelopmental Constructs
  4. Understanding Differences
  5. Simulations
  6. A Synthesis between AT the Hierarchy of Experience and Neurodevlopmental Constructs
  7. Sensation/Neuromotor Functions
  8. A.T. at the level of Sensation
  9. perception/Spatial Ordering
  10. Difficulties: Visual Perception Deficits
  11. A.T. at the level of Visual Perception
  12. Difficulties: Auditory Perception
  13. A.T. at the level of Auditory Perception
  14. Difficulties: knowing how to process what one touches
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Sensation

Activation of sensorineural structures

Perception

Ability to differentiate between stimuli via the sensory channels and for the brain to give stimuli meaning

Imagery/memory

Comprehensive frame of reference for information and the sequence and storing of it

Symbolization

Ability to represent experience through language either verbally or nonverbally

Conceptualization

Abstraction of ideas, generalization, abstract problem solving categorical reasoning

Hierarchy of Experience

Johnson, D.J. & Myklebust, H.R. Learning Disabilities, Grune & Stratton, New York, 1967