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Differential behavioral effects in frontal lobe disease
Abstract The performances of groups of patients with left, right and bilateral frontal lesions were compared on a battery consisting of two tests presumed to be related specifically to leftExpand
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Visuospatial judgment. A clinical test.
We constructed and developed a brief test assessing capacity for discriminating the direction of lines. Application of the test to patients with unilateral brain disease disclosed a remarkably highExpand
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Word fluency and brain damage
Abstract A group of sixty-six adult subjects was given the task of producing as many words as possible beginning with specified letters of the alphabet. The number of words produced during a periodExpand
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The Assessment of Aphasia and Related Disorders
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The visual retention test as a constructional praxis task.
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Impairment in facial recognition in patients with cerebral disease.
Summary A test requiring the identification of unfamiliar faces was developed and given to groups of patients with lesions of the left or the right hemisphere as well as to a large group of controlExpand
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Developmental outcomes after early prefrontal cortex damage
The neuropsychological bases of cognitive, social, and moral development are minimally understood, with a seemingly wide chasm between developmental theories and brain maturation models. As oneExpand
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The neuropsychology of facial recognition.
  • A. Benton
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American psychologist
  • 1 February 1980
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