Dissociating between sensory and perceptual deficits in PD: more than simply a motor deficit.

Abstract

Although Parkinson's disease (PD) is traditionally considered a motor output disorder, recent evidence suggests that people with PD may have sensory and perceptual impairments that may underlie movement impairments. Yet there has not been any direct testing of perceptual judgments, especially when manipulating the sensory feedback on which these judgments… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/mds.24042

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@article{Martens2012DissociatingBS, title={Dissociating between sensory and perceptual deficits in PD: more than simply a motor deficit.}, author={Kaylena A. Ehgoetz Martens and Quincy J. Almeida}, journal={Movement disorders : official journal of the Movement Disorder Society}, year={2012}, volume={27 3}, pages={387-92} }