Mirror agnosia.

  title={Mirror agnosia.},
  author={Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Eric L. Altschuler and Sarah J Hillyer},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  volume={264 1382},
Normal people rarely confuse the mirror image of an object with a real object so long as they realize they are looking into a mirror. We report a new neurological sign, 'mirror agnosia', following right parietal lesions in which this ability is severely compromised. We studied four right hemisphere stroke patients who had left visual field 'neglect'. i.e. they were indifferent to objects in their left visual field even though they were not blind. We then placed a vertical parasagittal mirror on… CONTINUE READING

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