Sustained attention training reduces spatial bias in Parkinson's disease: a pilot case series.

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Individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD) commonly demonstrate lateralized spatial biases, which affect daily functioning. Those with PD with initial motor symptoms on the left body side (LPD) have reduced leftward attention, whereas PD with initial motor symptoms on the right side (RPD) may display reduced rightward attention. We investigated whether a… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/13554794.2015.1088035

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@article{DeGutis2016SustainedAT, title={Sustained attention training reduces spatial bias in Parkinson's disease: a pilot case series.}, author={Joseph M. DeGutis and Mallory E. Grosso and Thomas M Vanvleet and Michael Esterman and Laura Pistorino and Alice Cronin-Golomb}, journal={Neurocase}, year={2016}, volume={22 2}, pages={179-86} }