Object-Centered Neglect in Patients with Unilateral Neglect: Effects of Left-Right Coordinates of Objects

@article{Behrmann1994ObjectCenteredNI,
  title={Object-Centered Neglect in Patients with Unilateral Neglect: Effects of Left-Right Coordinates of Objects},
  author={Marlene Behrmann and Morris Moscovitch},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={6},
  pages={1-16}
}
When patients with right-sided hemispheric lesions neglect information on the left side, with respect to what set of spatial coordinates is left defined? Two potential reference frames were examined in this study, one where left and right are defined with respect to the midline of the viewer and/or environment (viewer/env-centered) and the other where left and right are defined with respect to the midline of the object (object-centered). By rotating the stimulus 90 clockwise or counterclockwise… CONTINUE READING

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