Oculographic analysis of word reading in hemispatial neglect.

  title={Oculographic analysis of word reading in hemispatial neglect.},
  author={Marlene Behrmann and Sandra E. Black and Thomas J. McKeeff and Jason J. S. Barton},
  journal={Physiology & behavior},
  volume={77 4-5},
Neglect dyslexia is a disorder in which individuals misread text appearing on the contralateral side of space following an acquired lesion, usually to the right parietal lobe. This disorder is generally attributed to an impairment in representing spatial information. To determine whether the spatial representations underlying reading differ from those mediating other forms of visual behavior, we investigated the co-occurrence of neglect dyslexia with that of neglect, which manifests on tasks… CONTINUE READING
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