Facilitation instead of inhibition for repeated right-sided events in left neglect.

@article{Bartolomeo1999FacilitationIO,
  title={Facilitation instead of inhibition for repeated right-sided events in left neglect.},
  author={Paolo Bartolomeo and Sylvie Chokron and {\'E}ric Si{\'e}roff},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1999},
  volume={10 16},
  pages={
          3353-7
        }
}
When two visual events appear consecutively in the same spatial location, our response to the second event is slower than that to the first. This inhibition for repeated events may reflect a bias toward sampling novel locations, a bias useful for exploring the visual space. Patients with right hemisphere damage and left neglect explore asymmetrically a visual scene. They are initially attracted by right-sided items and become stuck to them, being unable to reorient their attention toward the… CONTINUE READING

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