A case study of locked-in-syndrome: psychological and personal perspectives.


OBJECTIVES Although patients with Locked-In-Syndrome (LIS) are often stated to have normal cognitive functioning, the few reports of neuropsychological assessment in these cases suggest this is not always true. This paper (a) reviews published reports of neuropsychological assessments of LIS patients, (b) presents a detailed neuropsychological assessment of… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2011.568034


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