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Where in the brain does visual attention select the forest and the trees?
THE perceptual world is organized hierarchically: the forest consists of trees, which in turn have leaves. Visual attention can emphasize the overall picture (global form) or the focal details of aExpand
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The Cardiff Anomalous Perceptions Scale (CAPS): a new validated measure of anomalous perceptual experience.
The study describes the Cardiff Anomalous Perceptions Scale (CAPS), a new validated measure of perceptual anomalies. The 32-item CAPS measure is a reliable, self-report scale, which uses neutralExpand
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The neural consequences of conflict between intention and the senses.
Normal sensorimotor states involve integration of intention, action and sensory feedback. An example is the congruence between motor intention and sensory experience (both proprioceptive and visual)Expand
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Spatial cognition: evidence from visual neglect
Recent work on human attention and representational systems has benefited from a growing interplay between research on normal attention and neuropsychological disorders such as visual neglect.Expand
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Left neglect for near but not far space in man
IT has been suggested that, among the many visual areas of the human brain, there might be one set of spatial maps specialized for 'near' (peripersonal) and another for 'far' (extrapersonal) space. AExpand
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Neural consequences of acting in near versus far space: a physiological basis for clinical dissociations.
We used PET to determine which brain regions are implicated when normal volunteers bisect horizontal lines and point to dots in near (peripersonal) or far (extrapersonal) space. Studies of lineExpand
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The incidence of neglect phenomena and related disorders in patients with an acute right or left hemisphere stroke.
We studied 171 consecutive patients with an acute hemispheric stroke (69 right hemisphere, 102 left), at 2-3 days post-stroke. A standardized test battery, previously validated in patients with acuteExpand
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Do biomedical models of illness make for good healthcare systems?
Current medical models assume that all illness is secondary to disease. Revision is needed to explain illnesses without disease and improve organisation of health care
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Line bisection judgments implicate right parietal cortex and cerebellum as assessed by fMRI
Objective: To use functional MRI (fMRI) to determine which brain regions are implicated when normal volunteers judge whether pretransected horizontal lines are correctly bisected (the Landmark test).Expand
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Visuospatial neglect, a frequent consequence of unilateral (usually right-hemisphere) stroke, is associated with poor functional recovery and in many patients is resistant to remedial treatment.Expand
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