The parietal lobe as a sensorimotor interface: a perspective from clinical and neuroimaging data.


Lesion studies show a wide range of sensorimotor functions that can be selectively disturbed in patients with parietal lobe damage. This is illustrated by the selective impairment of unimodal or polymodal sensorimotor transformations in patients with apraxia. These clinically apparent deficits of goal-directed motor behavior are complimented by more subtle… (More)


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