Diana Bret

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The aim of this research was to identify, analyze and classify disorders in behavior which occur in the use of mirrors in patients with right cerebral damage presenting left visual spatial hemiplegia. This work was based on models of visual information processing. Seven controls and eleven patients with right cerebral damage performed a test involving(More)
OBJECTIVE To search for specular disorders of body representations in right hemisphere stroke. BACKGROUND Mirror self-misidentification, asomatognosia, and personal confabulation are similar to body illusions or changes in sensorial or sensorimotor perceptions generated by mirror in right brain damage patients with body image disorders. METHOD(More)
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