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INTRODUCTION Progressive supranuclear palsy is a syndrome characterized by supranuclear ophthalmoplegia, pseudobulbar paralysis, dysarthria, dystonic rigidity of neck and trunk and other cerebellar and pyramidal symptoms. In this article we review the principal neurological, neuropathological, neurochemical, clinical, therapeutic and neuropsychological(More)
AIM To review the most recent data regarding clinical applications of the dichotic listening technique in neurology and neuropsychiatry. DEVELOPMENT The technique is described, in addition to the two main cognitive abilities we can measure with it. First, language lateralization, following Kimura's model as an anatomical explanation of the right ear(More)
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