Are drawing perseverations part of the neglect syndrome?

  title={Are drawing perseverations part of the neglect syndrome?},
  author={Lorenzo Pia and Alessia Folegatti and M. Victoria Guagliardo and Rosanna Genero and Patrizia Gindri},
Unilateral neglect patients typically omit to cancel contralesional targets. Moreover, they can repeatedly cancel ipsilesional stimuli exhibiting what is termed 'perseverative behavior'. Two alternative accounts of this behavior have been proposed. According to one of them, it is considered as integral to neglect and due either to a perceptual (allochiria), or a premotor (directional hypokinesia) pathological mechanism leading to the ipsilesional displacement of contralesional responses… CONTINUE READING

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