A case of impaired knowledge for fruit and vegetables.

Abstract

In this paper, we report the case of RS, a brain-damaged patient presenting with a disproportionate conceptual impairment for fruit and vegetables in comparison to animals and artefacts. We argue that such a finer-grained category-specific deficit than the living/nonliving dichotomy provides a source of critical evidence for assessing current alternative… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/02643290244000329

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@article{Samson2003ACO, title={A case of impaired knowledge for fruit and vegetables.}, author={Dana Samson and Agnesa Pillon}, journal={Cognitive neuropsychology}, year={2003}, volume={20 3}, pages={373-400} }