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Prism adaptation does not alter configural processing of faces.

Abstract:

Patients with hemispatial neglect ('neglect') following a brain lesion show difficulty responding or orienting to objects and events on the left side of space. Substantial evidence supports the use of a sensorimotor training technique called prism adaptation as a treatment for neglect. Reaching for visual targets viewed through prismatic lenses that induce a rightward shift in the visual image results in a leftward recalibration of reaching movements that is accompanied by a reduction of symp...

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Publisher:
Faculty of 1000 Ltd
Journal:
F1000Research
Volume:
2
Pages:
215
Publication date:
2013-01-01
DOI:
EISSN:
2046-1402
ISSN:
2046-1402
URN:
uuid:ee295880-fe0c-4615-b2a7-800602cec4ad
Source identifiers:
481388
Local pid:
pubs:481388
Language:
English

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