From Lee Anna's Coma lecture (not in text):

What are two prognostic viewpoints about coma patients and what two factors generally account for the difference in viewpoints?



What is a major problem with how rating scales such as the Glasgow Coma Scale are commonly used?


Whether or not a patient exhibits a specific behavior tells you very little unless you know:
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b.

When attempting to determine whether a behavior is a true response to a stimulus, how do you begin?


What 3 research precautions did Lee Anna give?
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What are 3 major influences on a patient's chance for recovery?
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2.
3.

Discuss the pros and cons of the ICRI program.






List 3 therapeutic roles of music with coma patients.
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2.
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b.
c.
3.

The musical stimulation program should be presented for only brief periods of time during patient's alert stage unless a lengthy ___________ produces a better _______ of or more different _______ of responses.
List 3 ways in which the family can be involved with music therapy.
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2.
3.

Home sounds which may be used for stimulation include:









Sounds of previous importance to patient which may be used for auditory stimulation include:





Considerations for musical stimuli include:



Nonmusical stimuli which are helpful to incorporate in the arousal attempts are:





Documentation of behaviors should include a description of continuums such as:




Frequency, maintenance time, and a description of ______ changes are important to note in documentation of behaviors.