Prosopagnosia and alexia without object agnosia.

@article{Renzi1998ProsopagnosiaAA,
  title={Prosopagnosia and alexia without object agnosia.},
  author={Ennio De Renzi and Giuseppe di Pellegrino},
  journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior},
  year={1998},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={403-15}
}
Following a trauma causing bilateral posterior brain damage, a patient complained of dyslexia and prosopagnosia, but not object agnosia. On testing she showed intact recognition of object drawings, even when it was assessed with perceptually demanding tasks such as Ghent's overlapping figures and Street completion test. This pattern of deficit is inconsistent with Farah's (1990) prediction that the simultaneous occurrence of alexia and prosopagnosia is invariably associated with object agnosia… CONTINUE READING

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Prosopagnosia and alexia without object agnosia .
This pattern of deficit is inconsistent with Farah 's ( 1990 ) prediction that the simultaneous occurrence of alexia and prosopagnosia is invariably associated with object agnosia .
Following a trauma causing bilateral posterior brain damage , a patient complained of dyslexia and prosopagnosia , but not object agnosia .
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Following a trauma causing bilateral posterior brain damage , a patient complained of dyslexia and prosopagnosia , but not object agnosia .
DyslexiaNo subtypeAgnosia
Following a trauma causing bilateral posterior brain damage , a patient complained of dyslexia and prosopagnosia , but not object agnosia .
Prosopagnosia and alexia without object agnosia .
This pattern of deficit is inconsistent with Farah 's ( 1990 ) prediction that the simultaneous occurrence of alexia and prosopagnosia is invariably associated with object agnosia .
Following a trauma causing bilateral posterior brain damage , a patient complained of dyslexia and prosopagnosia , but not object agnosia .
Prosopagnosia and alexia without object agnosia .
This pattern of deficit is inconsistent with Farah 's ( 1990 ) prediction that the simultaneous occurrence of alexia and prosopagnosia is invariably associated with object agnosia .
Following a trauma causing bilateral posterior brain damage , a patient complained of dyslexia and prosopagnosia , but not object agnosia .
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