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It is known that visual-spatial thinking suffers during lesions both of the posterior (parietal-occipital) and anterior (frontal) parts of the brain; however, the character of these distrubances differs [1-5]. On the whole, however, this problem has been little studied, The present paper is devoted to the investigation of the different forms of… (More)
The paper is concerned with the problem of disturbed visual-spatial thinking in patients with focal brain lesions. As is known, visual-spatial thinking can be disturbed in patients with lesions of the occipital, parieto-occipital and frontal lobes. However, the character of these disturbances is different. Attempts are made to examine these differences in… (More)