Auditory Midline and Spatial Discrimination in Patients with Unilateral Neglect

@article{Cusack2001AuditoryMA,
  title={Auditory Midline and Spatial Discrimination in Patients with Unilateral Neglect},
  author={Rhodri Cusack and Robert P. Carlyon and Ian H. Robertson},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2001},
  volume={37},
  pages={706-709}
}
Patients with unilateral neglect frequently show a bias in their subjective midline, as measured by pointing, or by a purely perceptual visual task (Ferber and Karnath, 1999). The subjective straight ahead has also been measured in audition. Vallar et al. (1995), Kerkhoff et al. (1999) and Tanaka et al. (1999) have all described a shift of the auditory midline to the right. We consider several causes for a shift in the auditory midline: 
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