Non-lateralised deficits of drawing production in hemispatial neglect

@article{Smith2007NonlateralisedDO,
  title={Non-lateralised deficits of drawing production in hemispatial neglect},
  author={Alastair D. Smith and Iain D. Gilchrist and Stephen H. Butler and Keith R. Muir and Monika Harvey},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={2007},
  volume={64},
  pages={150-157}
}
Spatially lateralised deficits that typically define the hemispatial neglect syndrome have been shown to co-occur with other non-lateralised deficits of attention, memory, and drawing. However even a simple graphic task involves multiple planning components, including the specification of drawing start position and drawing direction. In order to investigate the influence of these factors in neglect we presented patients with a circle-copying task, and specified the drawing start point. The… CONTINUE READING

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