The baking tray task: a test of spatial neglect.

@article{Tham1996TheBT,
  title={The baking tray task: a test of spatial neglect.},
  author={Kit Tham},
  journal={Neuropsychological rehabilitation},
  year={1996},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={19-26}
}
This paper describes a new neglect test, where patients are asked to spread out 16 cubes as evenly as possible over a 75 × 100 cm board "as if they were buns on a baking tray". A consecutive series of 52 brain-damaged patients and 30 control subjects were examined with the new test as well as with several commonly used neglect tests. The baking tray task proved to be a quick and yet sensitive test, suitable for screening purposes and longitudinal studies. 

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