Visual Scanning Training, Limb Activation Treatment, and Prism Adaptation for Rehabilitating Left Neglect: Who is the Winner?

@inproceedings{Priftis2013VisualST,
  title={Visual Scanning Training, Limb Activation Treatment, and Prism Adaptation for Rehabilitating Left Neglect: Who is the Winner?},
  author={Konstantinos Priftis and Laura Passarini and Cristina Pilosio and Francesca Meneghello and Marco Pitteri},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
WE COMPARED, FOR THE FIRST TIME, THE OVERALL AND DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF THREE OF THE MOST WIDELY USED LEFT NEGLECT (LN) TREATMENTS: visual scanning training (VST), limb activation treatment (LAT), and prism adaptation (PA). Thirty-three LN patients were assigned in quasi-random order to the three groups (VST, LAT, or PA). Each patient received only one type of treatment. LN patients' performance on everyday life tasks was assessed four times (over a period of 6 weeks): A1 and A2 (i.e., the two… CONTINUE READING
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