Visual motion perception after brain damage: I. Deficits in global motion perception

  title={Visual motion perception after brain damage: I. Deficits in global motion perception},
  author={Thomas Schenk and Josef Zihl},
We report on the test results of a group of 32 mostly unilaterally brain-damaged patients examined for global visual motion perception. Three of these patients had severely impaired visual motion perception in their contralateral visual half-field, a deficit remarkably similar to the perceptual defects found in V5-lesioned monkeys. Two of these three patients had a right-hemisphere lesion; the remaining one had a left-hemisphere lesion. We conclude that both hemispheres of the human brain… CONTINUE READING
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