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Neuropsychological consequences of cerebellar tumour resection in children: cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome in a paediatric population.
Acquired cerebellar lesions in adults have been shown to produce impairments in higher function as exemplified by the cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome. It is not yet known whether similarExpand
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Patterns of visual scanning as predictors of emotion identification in normal aging.
Emotion identification appears to decline with age, and deficient visual scanning may contribute to this effect. Eye movements of 20 older adults (OAs) and 20 younger adults (YAs) with normalExpand
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Specific impairments in the recognition of emotional facial expressions in Parkinson's disease
Studies investigating the ability to recognize emotional facial expressions in non-demented individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD) have yielded equivocal findings. A possible reason for thisExpand
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Visual and spatial symptoms in Parkinson’s disease
The interaction of visual/visuospatial and motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease (PD) was investigated by means of a 31-item self-report questionnaire. The majority of 81 non-demented patientsExpand
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Impact of optic flow perception and egocentric coordinates on veering in Parkinson's disease.
Spatial navigation is a complex process requiring integration of visuoperceptual information. The present study examined how visuospatial function relates to navigational veering in Parkinson'sExpand
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Superior Encoding Enhances Recall in Color-Graphemic Synesthesia
Synesthesia is a phenomenon in which particular stimuli, such as letters or sound, generate a secondary sensory experience in particular individuals. Reports of enhanced memory in synesthetes raiseExpand
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Visual scanning patterns and executive function in relation to facial emotion recognition in aging
ABSTRACT Objective: The ability to perceive facial emotion varies with age. Relative to younger adults (YA), older adults (OA) are less accurate at identifying fear, anger, and sadness, and moreExpand
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Gender differences in Parkinson's disease: Clinical characteristics and cognition
More men than women are diagnosed with Parkinson's disease (PD), and a number of gender differences have been documented in this disorder. Examples of clinical characteristics that appear in men moreExpand
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Altered intrinsic functional coupling between core neurocognitive networks in Parkinson's disease
Parkinson's disease (PD) is largely attributed to disruptions in the nigrostriatal dopamine system. These neurodegenerative changes may also have a more global effect on intrinsic brain organizationExpand
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Frontostriatal circuits are necessary for visuomotor transformation: Mental rotation in Parkinson's disease
The mental rotation of objects requires visuospatial functions mediated by the parietal lobes, whereas the mental rotation of hands also engages frontal motor-system processes. Nondemented patientsExpand
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