Impaired Initiation But Not Execution of Contralesional Saccades in Hemispatial Neglect

Abstract

Patients with unilateral neglect are impaired at making saccades to contralesional targets. Whether this problem arises from a deficit in perception, in planning the saccade or in executing the eye movement or some combination thereof remains unclear. We measured several variables related to the initiation and execution of saccades in an experiment which… (More)

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