J Schmitz-Gielsdorf

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In tachistoscopic studies requiring "same/different" judgements on pairs of stimuli, differences between unilateral and bilateral presentation have been interpreted in terms of higher level cognitive processing. However, unilateral presentation is usually confounded with vertical and bilateral presentation with horizontal arrangement of stimuli. The effect(More)
Increasingly often, practitioners in neuropsychological rehabilitation centers are called upon to assess patients' fitness to drive after brain injury. There is, therefore, a need for valid and reliable psychometric test batteries that enable unsafe drivers to be identified. This article investigates the contribution of five driving-related personality(More)
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