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Where in the brain does visual attention select the forest and the trees?
The findings provide direct evidence for hemispheric specialization in global and local perception and indicate that temporal–parietal areas exert attentional control over the neural transformations occurring in prestriate cortex. Expand
The neural consequences of conflict between intention and the senses.
A direct comparison of studies 1 and 3 confirmed that a ventral right lateral prefrontal region is primarily activated by discrepancies between signals from sensory systems, while a more dorsal area inright lateral prefrontal cortex is activated when actions must be maintained in the face of a conflict between intention and sensory outcome. Expand
Spatial cognition: evidence from visual neglect
A selective overview of how recent investigations of visual neglect are beginning to elucidate the underlying structure of spatial processes and mental representations is provided. Expand
The Cardiff Anomalous Perceptions Scale (CAPS): a new validated measure of anomalous perceptual experience.
The Cardiff Anomalous Perceptions Scale (CAPS), a new validated measure of perceptual anomalies, is a reliable, self-report scale, which uses neutral language, demonstrates high content validity, and includes subscales that measure distress, intrusiveness, and frequency of anomalous experience. Expand
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
Left neglect for near but not far space in man
Evidence of severe left visuo-spatial neglect in a patient with a unilateral right hemisphere stroke within peripersonal space is reported, and when line bisection was performed in extrapERSONal space, neglect was abolished or attenuated. Expand
Neural consequences of acting in near versus far space: a physiological basis for clinical dissociations.
Physiological support is provided for the clinically observed dissociations demonstrating that attending to and acting in near space differentially employs dorsal visuomotor processing areas, whereas attending to or acting in far spaceDifferentially draws on ventral visuoperceptual processing areas. Expand
The incidence of neglect phenomena and related disorders in patients with an acute right or left hemisphere stroke.
Although neglect phenomena and related disorders were associated with right hemisphere damage, it is possible that language difficulties obscured their presence in some patients with a left hemisphere stroke. Expand
Line bisection judgments implicate right parietal cortex and cerebellum as assessed by fMRI
Right superior parietal cortex, vermis, and left cerebellar hemisphere have not been implicated in neglect, but all appear to play a cognitive role in the Landmark task. Expand
Star cancellation was the most sensitive measure of neglect and correctly diagnosed all patients whose aggregate score on the full battery fell below that of the control population. Expand