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Biased attentional shifts associated with unilateral left neglect.

Abstract:

Data are reported on the ability of a patient with unilateral left neglect to detect the presence of a gap in broken lines. Although there were some deficits in her left field in baseline conditions, more striking was the asymmetry in the effects of attentional cueing. Ipsilesional cues facilitated detection at far right locations most strongly. Contralesional cues facilitated detection at near left locations, but particularly when cues appeared on the far left. The results are interpreted in...

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10.1080/026432900380436

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Role:
Author
Journal:
Cognitive neuropsychology
Volume:
17
Issue:
4
Pages:
339-364
Publication date:
2000-06-05
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EISSN:
1464-0627
ISSN:
0264-3294
URN:
uuid:57c8b1af-5436-4bda-a543-261f5e5a7721
Source identifiers:
311793
Local pid:
pubs:311793
Language:
English

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