Dissociation between taste and tactile extinction on the tongue after right brain damage.

@article{Berlucchi2004DissociationBT,
  title={Dissociation between taste and tactile extinction on the tongue after right brain damage.},
  author={Giovanni Berlucchi and Valentina Moro and Chiara Guerrini and Salvatore Maria Aglioti},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={42 8},
  pages={1007-16}
}
In patients with right brain damage (RBD) or left brain damage (LBD) and healthy subjects, tactile and three basic gustatory stimuli (sour, salty, bitter) were applied to the left or right hemitongues or to both hemitongues simultaneously. Tactile stimuli were detected and localized by verbal report, whereas gustatory stimuli were identified by pointing to the corresponding name on cards bearing the names of the three tastes. In the tactile test, 9 of 18 RBD patients showed extinction of left… CONTINUE READING

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In patients with right brain damage ( RBD ) or left brain damage ( LBD ) and healthy subjects , tactile and three basic gustatory stimuli ( sour , salty , bitter ) were applied to the left or right hemitongues or to both hemitongues simultaneously .
In patients with right brain damage ( RBD ) or left brain damage ( LBD ) and healthy subjects , tactile and three basic gustatory stimuli ( sour , salty , bitter ) were applied to the left or right hemitongues or to both hemitongues simultaneously .
In patients with right brain damage ( RBD ) or left brain damage ( LBD ) and healthy subjects , tactile and three basic gustatory stimuli ( sour , salty , bitter ) were applied to the left or right hemitongues or to both hemitongues simultaneously .
In patients with right brain damage ( RBD ) or left brain damage ( LBD ) and healthy subjects , tactile and three basic gustatory stimuli ( sour , salty , bitter ) were applied to the left or right hemitongues or to both hemitongues simultaneously .
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