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Visual capacity in the hemianopic field following a restricted occipital ablation.
DAMAGE to striate cortex and neighbouring regions in man is well known to produce severe loss of visual capacity in correlated legions of the visual field (Holmes, 1918). Expand
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Blindsight : a case study and implications
PART 1 1. Background 2. D.B.: Clinical history and early testing PART 2 3. Reaching for randomly allocated targets 4. 'Presence' versus 'Absence' 5. Visual acuity 6. Movement thresholds 7.Expand
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Behavioral changes associated with ablation of the amygdaloid complex in monkeys.
  • L. Weiskrantz
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
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Increased sensitivity after repeated stimulation of residual spatial channels in blindsight
Lesions of the occipital cortex result in areas of cortical blindness affecting the corresponding regions of the patient's visual field. The traditional view is that, aside from some spontaneousExpand
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Differential extrageniculostriate and amygdala responses to presentation of emotional faces in a cortically blind field.
Patient G.Y. is able to discriminate emotional facial expressions presented in his blind (right) hemifield despite an extensive lesion of the corresponding (left) striate cortex. One proposal is thatExpand
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Attention : selection, awareness, and control : a tribute to Donald Broadbent
Part 1 Perception - selection and attention: the perception of features and objects, Anne Treisman on the output of a visual fixation, Andries Sanders selection of input and goal in the control ofExpand
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Unseen facial and bodily expressions trigger fast emotional reactions
The spontaneous tendency to synchronize our facial expressions with those of others is often termed emotional contagion. It is unclear, however, whether emotional contagion depends on visualExpand
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Subcortical Connections to Human Amygdala and Changes following Destruction of the Visual Cortex
Nonconscious [1-6], rapid [7, 8], or coarse [9] visual processing of emotional stimuli induces functional activity in a subcortical pathway to the amygdala involving the superior colliculus andExpand
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New Method of Testing Long-term Retention with Special Reference to Amnesic Patients
A SPECIFIC isolated and severe defect of memory, with preservation of other intellectual functions, including span of attention, may occur as the result of localized brain pathology. In amnesicExpand
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Blindsight revisited
  • L. Weiskrantz
  • Medicine
  • Current Opinion in Neurobiology
  • 30 April 1996
Some human patients with lesions to their primary visual (striate) cortex (V1) demonstrate residual visual capacity, but without acknowledged perceptual awareness. This phenomenon has been termedExpand
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