Perceiving an entire object and grasping only half of it.


A single case study is presented of an unusual dissociation between the sensory perception of an object and the grasping action towards the same object. The patient IW was found at age 74 to have spent all his life without the left parietal lobe, as a result of a congenital peri-natal insult. IW does not show any signs of sensory dysfunction, but he has a… (More)


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