Joel Shechter

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Impulsivity is a common consequence of brain damage, one with negative prognostic implications. To attempt to study the incidence of impulsivity after lateralized cerebral lesions, 93 patients (50 RBD, 43 LBD) and 24 normal controls were administered the Matching Familiar Figures Test, a visual match-to-sample task in a multiple-choice format. The groups(More)
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