Prism adaptation in the healthy brain: The shift in line bisection judgments is long lasting and fluctuates

@article{Schintu2014PrismAI,
  title={Prism adaptation in the healthy brain: The shift in line bisection judgments is long lasting and fluctuates},
  author={Selene Schintu and Laure Pisella and St{\'e}phane Jacobs and Romeo Salemme and Alessandro Farn{\`e}},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={53},
  pages={165-170}
}
Rightward prism adaptation has been shown to ameliorate visuospatial biases in right brain-damaged patients with neglect, and a single session of prism adaptation can lead to improvements that last up to several hours. Leftward prism adaptation in neurologically healthy individuals induces neglect-like biases in visuospatial tasks. The duration of these effects in healthy individuals, typically assumed to be ephemeral, has never been investigated. Here we assessed the time-course of the… CONTINUE READING

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