Anosognosia: The Neurology of Beliefs and Uncertainties

@article{Vuilleumier2004AnosognosiaTN,
  title={Anosognosia: The Neurology of Beliefs and Uncertainties},
  author={Patrik Vuilleumier},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2004},
  volume={40},
  pages={9-17}
}
Anosognosia is a common, fascinating, and ill-understood disorder following brain damage, where patients who suffer severe deficits such as hemiplegia may remain unaware of and deny their handicap. Many studies including recent work published in this journal have attempted to determine the neurological, cognitive, and motivational bases of anosognosia. These studies have typically focused on descriptive correlations between anosognosia and various clinical factors, but did not identify a… CONTINUE READING
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