Michelle J Kincade

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The syndrome of spatial neglect is typically associated with focal injury to the temporoparietal or ventral frontal cortex. This syndrome shows spontaneous partial recovery, but the neural basis of both spatial neglect and its recovery is largely unknown. We show that spatial attention deficits in neglect (rightward bias and reorienting) after right frontal(More)
We report an endogenous signal that has a widespread cortical distribution and is time-locked to the termination of a sustained state of task-readiness. In three event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) experiments, subjects saw an arrow cue that predicted either the direction of motion or the location of a subsequent test stimulus. A(More)
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