Ocular scanning and perceptual size distortion in hemispatial neglect: effects of prism adaptation and sequential stimulus presentation

Abstract

When asked to compare two lateralized shapes for horizontal size, neglect patients often indicate the left stimulus to be smaller. Gainotti and Tiacci (1971) hypothesized that this phenomenon might be related to a rightward bias in the patients' gaze. This study aimed to assess the relation between this size underestimation and oculomotor asymmetries. Eye… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-003-1595-1

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@article{Dijkerman2003OcularSA, title={Ocular scanning and perceptual size distortion in hemispatial neglect: effects of prism adaptation and sequential stimulus presentation}, author={H Chris Dijkerman and Robert D. McIntosh and Anthony David Milner and Yves Rossetti and C Tilikete and Richard C. Roberts}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={2003}, volume={153}, pages={220-230} }