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Age differences in imagery abilities.
Age differences were examined in 4 aspects of visual mental imagery, namely, image generation, maintenance, scanning, and rotation. The results suggested that one or more distinct processes are usedExpand
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Vision Therapy in Adults with Convergence Insufficiency: Clinical and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Measures
Purpose. This research quantified clinical measurements and functional neural changes associated with vision therapy in subjects with convergence insufficiency (CI). Methods. Convergence andExpand
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Increased discrimination of "false memories" in autism spectrum disorder.
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have impaired ability to use context, which may manifest as alterations of relatedness within the semantic network. However, impairment in context useExpand
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Prism adaptation for spatial neglect after stroke: translational practice gaps
Spatial neglect increases hospital morbidity and costs in around 50% of the 795,000 people per year in the USA who survive stroke, and an urgent need exists to reduce the care burden of thisExpand
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Advancing the evidence base of rehabilitation treatments: a developmental approach.
Translational research refers to the development of new scientific discoveries into evidence-based treatments for human diseases and conditions. This developmental process requires that a number ofExpand
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Is it what you see, or how you say it? Spatial bias in young and aged subjects.
Healthy subjects demonstrate leftward bias on visual-spatial tasks. However, young controls may also be left-biased when drawing communicatively, depicting the subject of a sentence leftward on aExpand
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Mental object rotation in Parkinson's disease.
Deficits in visual-spatial ability can be associated with Parkinson's disease (PD), and there are several possible reasons for these deficits. Dysfunction in frontal-striatal and/or frontal-parietalExpand
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Cognitive Rehabilitation Interventions for Neglect and Related Disorders: Moving from Bench to Bedside in Stroke Patients
The spatial neglect syndrome, defined by asymmetric attention and action not attributed to primary motor or sensory dysfunction and accompanied by functional disability, is a major cause of post-stroke morbidity. Expand
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Emotional Perception Deficits in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
ObjectiveCognitive deficits associated with frontal lobe dysfunction can occur in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), particularly in individuals with bulbar ALS who can also suffer pathologicExpand
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Risk Factors Associated With Injury Attributable to Falling Among Elderly Population With History of Stroke
Background and Purpose— Stroke survivors are at high risk for falling. Identifying physical, clinical, and social factors that predispose stroke patients to falls may reduce further disability andExpand
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