Time will tell: deficits of temporal information processing in patients with visual field loss.

  title={Time will tell: deficits of temporal information processing in patients with visual field loss.},
  author={Dorothe A. Poggel and Bernhard Treutwein and Hans Strasburger},
  journal={Brain research},
Visual field loss after brain lesions is commonly determined using perimetric tests of light detection (perimetry). Many patients with visual field defects complain about perceptual difficulties in areas that are perimetrically normal. To look at a potential cause for such difficulties, we topographically determined temporal characteristics of visual information processing in those patients and compared them to those of healthy subjects. In nine patients with visual field loss we measured… CONTINUE READING
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