M. J. Colley

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This study examined the ability of early and later blinded subjects to reproduce the end location and distance of preselected arm movements of two different amplitudes (approximately 30 degrees and approximately 60 degrees). Both groups were found to reproduce end location with greater accuracy and less variability than distance. The early blinded subjects(More)
In mixed list tachistoscopic presentation of abstract words and random shapes, the probability of word and shape stimuli was varied to generate attentional bias and selective activation of the left or right hemispheres. While a right visual field advantage in accuracy was observed for words, and an effect of stimulus probability was observed across both(More)
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