Research the Electronic Reserve Readings, your text, and the University Library for a single case study in biopsychology, neuroscience, or neuoranatomy where an individual experienced a nervous system injury, disease, or disorder that lead to a deficit in the one or more of the five senses. For example, in the book, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and Other Clinical Tales, Dr. Oliver Sacks discusses the case study titled “Eyes Right,” where Mrs. P. suffered a stroke to the right occipital region of her brain, thereby leaving her with a condition called “hemineglect,” where she completely lost the idea of left. Everything in Mrs. P.’s understanding of her visual world comes only from things she can see in her right visual field.
Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation based on your chosen case study in which you address the following:
· Describe the incident—injury, disease, or disorder—the individual experienced to the nervous system that lead to a deficit in the one or more of the five senses.
· Discuss the regions of the brain that were affected by the injury, disease, or disorder.
· Discuss the deficits experienced by the individual to one or more of the five senses and how these deficits have affected the individual’s behavior.
· Discuss the therapies available to the individual or what behavioral modification techniques the individual has mastered to adapt to their sensation deficits.
· Be prepared to answer questions from your facilitator and classmates on the case study.
· Cite your source.
Include detailed speaker notes.
Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.