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Unilateral spatial agnosia (inattention) in patients with cerebral lesions.
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Performance of complex visual tasks after cerebral lesions.
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Neural limitations of visual excitability. IV. Spatial determinants of retrochiasmal interaction.
Visual excitability changes were obtained from two trained observers by measuring threshold with a test flash of light at varying temporal intervals from a supraliminal conditioning flash. InExpand
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Tachistoscopic identification of contour in patients with brain damage.
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Neural limitations of visual excitability. I. The time course of monocular light adaptation.
Monocular visual excitability was studied psychophysically by determining the threshold intensity for a small (40-min) brief (5-msec) “test” flash centered within a larger (3°) “conditioning” flash,Expand
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Neural limitations of visual excitability: alterations produced by cerebral lesions.
"Primary" visual defects are usually defined as areas of complete or relative blindness (anopia or amblyopia) which are precisely localized in the field upon perimetric examination. Studies ofExpand
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Temporal factors influencing the perception of visual flicker.
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The regional gradient of critical flicker frequency after frontal or occipital lobe injury.
  • W. Battersby
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 July 1951
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