Visual Imagery in Hemianopic Patients

@article{Gbadamosi2001VisualII,
  title={Visual Imagery in Hemianopic Patients},
  author={Joystone Gbadamosi and Wolfgang H. Zangemeister},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={13},
  pages={855-866}
}
In this article we report some findings about visual imagery in patients with stable homonymous hemianopia compared to healthy control subjects. These findings were obtained by analyzing the gaze control through recording of eye movements in different phases of viewing and imagery. We used six different visual stimuli for the consecutive viewing and imagery phases. With infrared oculography, we recorded eye movements during this presentation phase and in three subsequent imagery phases in… CONTINUE READING

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