Sequencing Tasks and Frontal Release Signs

Sequencing Tasks and Frontal Release Signs

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Patients with frontal lobe dysfunction may have particular difficulty in changing from one action to the next when asked to perform a repeated sequence of actions. For example, when asked to continue drawing a silhouette pattern of alternating triangles and squares, they may get stuck on one shape and keep drawing it. This phenomenon is called perseveration.

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