Mr. Anderson, a close friend of yours, has recently experienced a traumatic brain injury leaving him with several cognitive deficits. He reports no memory of the accident and appears unable to recognize the extent of his own deficits. Professionally, he was a graphic artist. He had, for the most part, done his work the “old-fashioned way,” although he had recently learned to develop much of his artwork via the latest graphic design software.
Now, Mr. Anderson seems confused when asked to complete certain assignments, but once he gets the pencils in his hand, the artwork just seems to “flow.” Despite being able to maintain much of his artistic ability, he is unable to utilize the latest computer programs.
Generally, Mr. Anderson has a difficult time remembering the names of certain objects but he can use them correctly when they are placed in his hand.
Keeping the above scenario in mind, create a report that includes the following:
Part 2: Long-Term Memory
Describe an aspect of memory most professionals in your field of study (use your own career/discipline here and be sure to clearly state it) would not intuitively know about and how it is applicable to the job.
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