Mirrored and rotated stimuli are not the same: A neuropsychological and lesion mapping study.

@article{Martinaud2016MirroredAR,
  title={Mirrored and rotated stimuli are not the same: A neuropsychological and lesion mapping study.},
  author={Olivier Martinaud and Nicolas Mirlink and Sandrine Bioux and Evang{\'e}line Bliaux and C{\'e}cile Champmartin and Doroth{\'e}e Pouliquen and Yohann Cruypeninck and Didier Hannequin and Emmanuel G{\'e}rardin},
  journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={78},
  pages={100-114}
}
Agnosia for mirrored stimuli is a rare clinical deficit. Only eight patients have been reported in the literature so far and little is known about the neural substrates of this agnosia. Using a previously developed experimental test designed to assess this agnosia, namely the Mirror and Orientation Agnosia Test (MOAT), as well as voxel-lesion symptom mapping (VLSM), we tested the hypothesis that focal brain-injured patients with right parietal damage would be impaired in the discrimination… CONTINUE READING
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