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A condition in which a person is unable to tell which side of the body has been touched.
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Cognition in Dyschiria: Edoardo Bisiach's Theory of Spatial Disorders and Consciousness
Corpus ID: 4478844
An overview of Bisiach's theory of mental representations and consciousness is presented. Neuropsychological observations on…
Hermann Zingerle's “Impaired Perception of the own Body Due to Organic Brain Disorders” An Introductory Comment, and an Abridged Translation
Corpus ID: 4476946
In the late 1970's Edoardo Bisiach and his coworkers provided definitive evidence that spatial unilateral neglect involves a…
Bisiach ’ s theory on representation and consciousness 1 COGNITION IN DYSCHIRIA : EDOARDO BISIACH ’ S THEORY ON MISCONCEPTION OF SPACE AND CONSCIOUSNESS
Corpus ID: 1239866
In this paper an overview of Bisiach's theory on mental representations and consciousness is presented. It firstly shows how…
Consciousness in dyschiria
Corpus ID: 141292732
Neurophysiological and neuropsychological aspects of spatial neglect Edited by M. Jeannerod, Advances in Pschology, No. 45, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1987. 346 pp.
Corpus ID: 53192883
THIS IS a state-of-the-art compilation of well-written papers on various aspects of spatial neglect and spatial attention. The…
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