The Impact of Brain Injury on Bilingual Language and Cognition
The post-viewing evaluation tool for Dr. Ileana Ratiu's presentation for the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.
Only take this exam if you are seeking a continuing education unit. You must score 80% or higher to qualify for a certificate.
Name as you would like it to appear on your certificate:
Which of the CEUs will you be requesting upon successfully completing the exam?
AAFP- American Academy of Family Practice (CME)
California Board of Nursing (CNE)
National Association of Social Work- AZ Chapter
National Commission on Health Education Credentialing-CHES
Nursing Care Administrator and Assisted Living Facility
PACE/CCM-Commission for Case Manager Certification
While the bilingual population nationally is around 25%, Arizona is closer to___?
What is paradoxical translation?
Translation which incorporates both languages.
Translation in only one direction between the two languages.
Translation which demonstrates close but inaccurate wording.
Translation grammar where subject verb or subject and adjective are interposed.
Which of the following is NOT part of higher level cognitive processes?
Holding multiple goals
Do bilinguals with mTBI experience deficits in higher level cognitive abilities, similar to monolinguals?
Yes - bilinguals with mTBI experience about the same about of higher level cognitive deficits
No - bilinguals with mTBI experience less higher level cognitive deficits
No - bilinguals with mTBI experience more higher level cognitive deficits
The data was inconclusive
Do bilinguals with mTBI experience more difficulty with language processing compared to healthy controls?
Yes - they experience more difficulty in nearly all types of errors
Some - they experience more difficulty in their accent errors
No - they experience about the same amount of difficulty as controls
No - they experience less difficulty than controls
Is there a subset of bilinguals at greater risk for language processing deficits following mTBI?
Yes - those who learned a second language as a child
Yes - those who learned a second language as an adult
Yes - those who are more fluent in both languages
No - all bilinguals are at equal risk
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