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This study addressed the issue of prevalence and pattern of visual deficits in 77 subjects with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and 111 healthy control subjects. We defined cutoff scores that would be expected from only 1 control subject of 100 (p = 0.01). The percentage of AD subjects who performed at or worse than this level varied across the 16 visual tests(More)
Filling-in refers to the tendency of stabilized retinal stimuli to fade and become replaced by their background. This phenomenon is a good example of central brain mechanisms that can selectively add or delete information to/from the retinal input. Importantly, such cortical mechanisms may overlap with those that are used more generally in visual(More)
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