François Rhein

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Patients with unilateral spatial neglect due to right-hemisphere lesions typically fail to attend to and explore left-sided stimulus objects. It has been postulated that in right-brain damaged (RBD) patients an ipsilesional displacement of the egocentric frame of reference (ER), whether visual or tactile, may be responsible for a contralesional supramodal(More)
OBJECTIVE To highlight the impact of the increasing attentional load on performance of both normal drivers and drivers with traumatic brain injury. BACKGROUND Patients with brain injury have a higher accident risk than people with no brain injury [1], probably as a result of persistent attention disorders. METHOD Ten patients and 10 paired controls took(More)
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