Attention network impairments in patients with focal frontal or parietal lesions.

  title={Attention network impairments in patients with focal frontal or parietal lesions.},
  author={Panpan Hu and Jin Fan and Peikun Xu and Shanshan Zhou and Lei Zhang and Yanghua Tian and Kai Wang},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
Recently, research on attention has focused on 3 networks that are linked to separate brain regions, i.e. orienting, alerting, and executive control. The attention network test (ANT) is one of the methods to measure the three attention functions. However, neuropsychological investigations have not examined the anatomical disassociation of different attention networks with the same task. We compared the efficiencies of the 3 networks between brain-damaged patients (27 frontal lesions, 20… CONTINUE READING


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