Abulia

Known as: Aboulia 
Poverty of behavior and speech output, lack of initiative, loss of emotional responses, psychomotor slowing, and prolonged speech latency. [HPO… (More)
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2006
2006
BACKGROUND It is common knowledge that the frontal lobes mediate complex human behavior and that damage to these regions can… (More)
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2005
Review
2005
Disorders of diminished motivation occur frequently in individuals with traumatic brain injury. Motivation is an ever-present… (More)
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2005
2005
Abulia refers to impaired ability to perform voluntary actions, show initiative, make decisions along with decrease in movements… (More)
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2002
Review
2002
Thalamus.The human thalamus is a nuclear complex located in the diencephalon and comprising of four parts (the hypothalamus, the… (More)
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2001
2001
BACKGROUND An internal capsule genu infarct has been rarely reported to cause cognitive impairment and behavioral changes. This… (More)
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1996
1996
We report two cases of capsular genu infarction in patients showing pure abulia without motor weakness. One case is left-sided… (More)
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1995
1995
Historical analysis suggests that the decline and fall of the will was due not to any major piece of empirical work demonstrating… (More)
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1994
Highly Cited
1994
The behavioural and movement disorders reported in 240 patients described in the literature with lesions affecting the caudate… (More)
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1991
1991
Abulia refers to an impairment of will, or the inability to initiate behaviour and action. There are reports of successful… (More)
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Review
1990
Review
1990
Eighteen patients had caudate nucleus infarcts (10 left-sided; 8 right-sided). Infarcts extended into the anterior limb of the… (More)
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