Topics: Psychology, Brain, Mind Pages: 2 (263 words) Published: August 31, 2013
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Llorante Epe2PSY03

“The Man Who Fell Out of Bed”

What is the conditional or illness the patient has?

The patient have a disorder on body called “Asomatognosia”

What is the definition and cause of the illness?

Asomatognosia is generally known as a disorder of body awareness caused by neurological damage, has generally been found to be caused by damage to the right parietal lobe.

3. What other impairment or deficiency do you notice that the patient has?

The patient have Amnesia

Amnesia is a deficit in memory caused by brain damage, disease, or psychological trauma. Essentially, amnesia is the loss of memory. The memory can be either wholly or partially lost due to the extent of damage that was caused.

4. What does this case imply about the brain minded relationship?

This case prove that if my professor, friends, family asked me What is very important the brain or the mind? I will answer that the very important is the brain, because based on the case of “The Man Who Fell Out of Bed” the patient have a disorder in the brain where his right parietal lobe is damage and the right parietal lobe is the one who is responsible for your body awareness, when the Doctor asked the patient where his left leg the patient don't know where his left leg was and this prove that if your brain damage there is a chance that your body will affect and also your memory. Brain holds the Central Nervous System the mind hold only the memory, perceptions, ideas.
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