Relating unilateral neglect to the neural coding of space.

@article{Pouget2000RelatingUN,
  title={Relating unilateral neglect to the neural coding of space.},
  author={Alexandre Pouget and J. Driver},
  journal={Current opinion in neurobiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={242-9}
}
Neuropsychological findings on the human neglect syndrome after parietal damage may relate to the physiological properties of single cells that have been studied in monkey parietal cortex and in related brain areas. Human neglect may reflect partial loss or dysfunction of similar cell populations, producing a pathological gradient in the numbers of cells representing particular lateral positions in space, for particular functions. This can explain the graded deficits seen in patients. We relate… CONTINUE READING