Individual variation in line bisection: A study of four patients with right hemisphere damage and normal controls

@article{Halligan1990IndividualVI,
  title={Individual variation in line bisection: A study of four patients with right hemisphere damage and normal controls},
  author={Peter W. Halligan and Lilianne Manning and J. C. Marshall},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1990},
  volume={28},
  pages={1043-1051}
}
In a previous study of line bisection, [Manning et al., Neuropsychologia 28, 647-655, 1990] we have shown that normal young adults show significant linear regressions of both transection displacement (TD) and standard deviation (SD) on line length. Furthermore, there was considerable individual variation in the magnitude of SDs and the direction and magnitude of TDs. These two sources of variance were uncorrelated. In the current study we provide a constructive replication of these findings on… CONTINUE READING

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