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Feeling of presence in Parkinson's disease
Background A feeling of presence (FP), that is, the vivid sensation that somebody (distinct from oneself) is present nearby, is commonly reported by patients with Parkinson's disease (PD), but itsExpand
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Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Communication via Pointing
Communicative pointing is a human specific gesture which allows sharing information about a visual item with another person. It sets up a three-way relationship between a subject who points, anExpand
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Joint recognition–expression impairment of facial emotions in Huntington's disease despite intact understanding of feelings
Patients with Huntington's disease (HD), a neurodegenerative disorder that causes major motor impairments, also show cognitive and emotional deficits. While their deficit in recognising emotions hasExpand
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Heterotopagnosia: When I point at parts of your body
Heterotopagnosia is the acquired inability of brain-lesioned patients to point at someone else's body parts when prompted. The cognitive basis of this disorder is unclear. It might result from aExpand
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Viewing another person's body as a target object: A behavioural and PET study of pointing
Humans usually point at objects to communicate with other persons, although they generally avoid pointing at the other's body. Moreover, patients with heterotopagnosia after left parietal damageExpand
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The impairment of emotion recognition in Huntington’s disease extends to positive emotions
Patients with Huntington's Disease (HD) are impaired in the recognition of emotional signals. However, the nature and extent of the impairment is controversial: it has variously been argued toExpand
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Embodied emotion impairment in Huntington's Disease
Theories of embodied cognition suggest that perceiving an emotion involves somatovisceral and motoric re-experiencing. Here we suggest taking such an embodied stance when looking at emotionExpand
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Contemporary Dance Practice Improves Motor Function and Body Representation in Huntington's Disease: A Pilot Study.
BACKGROUND Physical exercise improves neurological conditions, but adherence is hard to establish. Dance might be a promising alternative; however, since patients with Huntington's disease (HD)Expand
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Feeling of a presence in PD -1-Feeling of presence in Parkinson ’ s disease
Background. A feeling of presence (FP), ie the vivid sensation that somebody (distinct from oneself) is present nearby, is commonly reported by patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) but itsExpand
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Rôle des ganglions de la base dans la coordination entre les ajustements posturaux et l’exécution du pas chez l’homme
Introduction Le role des ganglions de la base dans le controle de la locomotion et l’equilibre reste mal connu. Afin de mieux comprendre l’implication de ces structures, l’initiation de la marche aExpand