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Unilateral neglect involves a spatial bias to one side of space, usually to the right. Perceptual and motor systems interact in the manifestation of this disorder, and there is also evidence that motor manipulative responses may have access to unique streams of information not available for non-motoric judgements. It is therefore predicted that the(More)
Unilateral spatial neglect declines when participants reach to grip the center of long metal rods compared with when they point to the perceived center, suggesting that visuomotor control systems are less affected by neglect than other representational systems (I. H. Robertson, D. Nico, & B. Hood, 1995). In this study, 16 participants with unilateral left(More)
BACKGROUND Patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) experience visual hallucinations, which may be related to decreased contrast sensitivity (ie, the ability to discern shades of grey). OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to investigate if an online research platform can be used to survey patients with Parkinson's disease regarding visual(More)
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