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The anatomy of visual neglect.
The brain regions that are critically associated with visual neglect have become intensely disputed. In particular, one study of middle cerebral artery (MCA) stroke patients has claimed that the keyExpand
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The anatomy of visual neglect
The brain regions that are critically associated with visual neglect have become intensely disputed. In particular, one study of middle cerebral artery (MCA) stroke patients has claimed that the keyExpand
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Spatial working memory capacity in unilateral neglect.
It has been proposed recently that a deficit in keeping track of spatial locations may contribute to the severity of unilateral neglect in some right hemisphere stroke patients. However, performanceExpand
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Role of right posterior parietal cortex in maintaining attention to spatial locations over time
Recent models of human posterior parietal cortex (PPC) have variously emphasized its role in spatial perception, visuomotor control or directing attention. However, neuroimaging and lesion studiesExpand
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Visual neglect after right posterior cerebral artery infarction
Objectives: To investigate the characteristics and neuroanatomical correlates of visual neglect after right-sided posterior cerebral artery (PCA) infarction. Methods: 15 patients with acute PCAExpand
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Prism adaptation can improve contralesional tactile perception in neglect
The authors show that prismatic adaptation can reduce tactile inattention in stroke patients with unilateral neglect. Four patients with visuospatial neglect and tactile extinction underwentExpand
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Priming of Color and Position during Visual Search in Unilateral Spatial Neglect
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We examined priming of visual search by repeated target location or color in two patients with left visual neglect and extinction, following strokes centered on the right inferior parietal lobe. Expand
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The role of right temporal lobe structures in off-line action: evidence from lesion-behavior mapping in stroke patients.
Recent evidence suggests the possibility that not all action modes depend on dorsal visual stream processing but that off-line nontarget-directed actions, such as antipointing, require additional andExpand
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Attention networks and their interactions after right-hemisphere damage
Unilateral spatial neglect is a disabling condition, frequently observed after right-hemisphere damage (RHD), and associated with poor functional recovery. Clinical and experimental evidenceExpand
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Impaired Spatial Working Memory: One Component of the Visual Neglect Syndrome?
Both impaired spatial working memory (SWM) and unilateral neglect may follow damage to the right parietal lobe. We propose that impaired SWM can exacerbate visual neglect, due to failures inExpand
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