Cognitive-vestibular interactions: a review of patient difficulties and possible mechanisms.

  title={Cognitive-vestibular interactions: a review of patient difficulties and possible mechanisms.},
  author={Douglas A. Hanes and Gin McCollum},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  volume={16 3},
Cognitive deficits such as poor concentration and short-term memory loss are known by clinicians to occur frequently among patients with vestibular abnormalities. Although direct scientific study of such deficits has been limited, several types of investigations do lend weight to the existence of vestibular-cognitive effects. In this article we review a wide range of studies indicating a vestibular influence on the ability to perform certain cognitive functions. In addition to tests of… CONTINUE READING
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