Neglected attention in apparent spatial compression

  title={Neglected attention in apparent spatial compression},
  author={Paolo Bartolomeo and Marika Urbanski and Sylvie Chokron and Hanna Chainay and Peter W. Halligan},
Halligan and Marshall [Cortex 27 (1991) 623] devised a new test to evaluate the hypothesis that in visual neglect, left space is systematically compressed rightwards. In the critical condition of the original study, rows of horizontally arranged numbers with a target arrow pointing to one of them from the opposite margin of the display were presented. When asked to verbally identify the number indicated by the arrow, a right brain-damaged patient with left neglect and hemianopia often indicated… CONTINUE READING

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