PowerPoint presentation of 15-18 slides, addressing clinical issues in the elderly and neglect and abuse of dependent adults and the elderly. Create speaker notes for each of the slides. Include the following in your presentation:
- Physical consequence of the clinical issue
- Emotional consequences of the clinical issue
- Cognitive consequence of the clinical issue.
- Spiritual consequences of the clinical issue
Part 2: Abuse and Neglect
- Common forms of vulnerable adult and elderly neglect.
- Warning signs of vulnerable adult and elderly abuse.
- Legal and ethical considerations for reporting abuse and/or neglect of vulnerable adults and the elderly.
In addition, include slides for a title, introduction, conclusion, and references (four slides minimum).
Include a minimum of four scholarly references in your presentation.
Experiment 2 was designed to be a conceptual replica- tion of Experiment 1 using a different method of assessing participants’ experience of recollection and familiarity. On the recognition test, participants were asked to give either a remember response to indicate conscious recollection of seeing the word earlier in the study or a rating between 1 ‘‘Definitely NEW” and 6 ‘‘Definitely OLD” to indicate how familiar the word was to them. These response choices are in line with evidence that recollection is more of a threshold process, whereas familiarity has a continuously graded strength (Yonelinas, Aly, Wang, & Koen, 2010).
One interpretation of Experiment 1 is that value was not associated with increased Knowing because, on aver- age, these responses were not highly accurate and may have reflected guessing to some extent rather than famil- iarity. By allowing participants to report the strength of their familiarity, we could better separate out the highest-familiarity responses (Definitely Old). An addi- tional benefit of this response set is that it allows both for an examination of self-reported conscious remember- ing and a detailed examination of the ROC curve. According to the dual process signal detection (DPSD) model, recol- lection can be measured as the point where the ROC crosses the y-axis and familiarity as d0 (Yonelinas, 1994). Following the results of Experiment 1, we predicted that high-value words would be recognized more often and have more reported conscious recollection. We did not expect familiarity to be strongly affected by value, whether looking at the mean familiarity or the proportion of Defi- nitely Old responses.