The Novelty Effect in Recovered Hemineglect

@article{Bartolomeo1997TheNE,
  title={The Novelty Effect in Recovered Hemineglect},
  author={Paolo Bartolomeo},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1997},
  volume={33},
  pages={323-333}
}
Left neglect patients, patients who had recovered from left neglect and control subjects performed a task of simple motor reaction times (RTs) to lateralised visual stimuli. Neglect and recovered patients were slower than controls on left-sided targets. To explore the time course of the allocation of attention across space, an analysis of responses as a function of the serial order of the trials was performed. While neglect patients' performance did not substantially change over time, recovered… CONTINUE READING

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