Hemispatial and directional performance biases in motor neglect.

Abstract

Motivationally responsive motor deficits may occur in isolation or as part of more general neglect syndromes. We describe three patients with two discrete syndromes of isolated motor neglect, differentiated primarily by their performance in motor tasks enacted within or toward the contralesional hemispace. The lesions in our patients likely disrupted… (More)

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@article{Simon1995HemispatialAD, title={Hemispatial and directional performance biases in motor neglect.}, author={Eugene S Simon and A M Hegarty and Mark F. Mehler}, journal={Neurology}, year={1995}, volume={45 3 Pt 1}, pages={525-31} }