|Title:||Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Aspects of Spatial Neglect (Advances in Psychology)|
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Spatial neglect : a clinical handbook for diagnosis and treatment, Ian H. Robertson, Peter W. Halligan. Henry Alsop Riley, . Health professionals' guide to physical management of Parkinson's disease. Series: Advances in psychology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) 45. Added Title: Spatial neglect. Physical Description: xiv, 346 p. : ill.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780444701930, 9780080866994. Advances in Psychology. Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Aspects of Spatial Neglect. View on ScienceDirect. eBook ISBN: 9780080866994. Imprint: North Holland. Published Date: 1st March 1987. The result of interaction between these three approaches has been some important new advances, which are presented in this volume. Apart from its clinical significance in neuropsychology, Spatial Neglect raises important questions in the field of behavioral neurosciences.
The result of interaction between these three approaches has been some important new advances, which are presented in this volume. In this volume, three aspects are examined: a) normal subjects, where new findings on spatial behavior are described.
Advances in far visual capabilities and forelimb manipulatory skills may have led to a significant enhancement of these functional specializations. Export citation Request permission. In: Advances in vertebrate neuroethology, ed. Ewert, . P. Capranica, R. R. & Ingle, D. .Jeannerod, . ed. (1987) Neurophysiological and neuropsychological aspects of spatial neglect. Jeannerod, M. & Biguer, B. (1987) The directional coding of reaching movements: A visuomotor conception of spatial neglect. In: Neurophysiological and neuropsychological aspects of spatial neglect, ed.aFHP} Google Scholar. Gerin, P. & Pernier, J. (1968) Deplacements et fixations du regard dans l’exploration libre d’une scene visuelle.
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Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Aspects of Spatial Neglect Volume 45 Neural Circuits for Spatial Attention and Unilateral NeglectDocuments. Spatial Neglect and Attention NetworksDocuments. Towards the Neural Basis of Spatial Attention: Studies in Monkey and ManDocuments. The neural basis of visuomotor deficits in hemispatial neglectDocuments. Assessment of spatial attention and neglect with a virtual wheelchair navigation taskDocuments. Spatial attention to thermal pain stimuli in subjects with visual spatial hemi-neglect: Extinction, mislocalization and misidentification of stimulus modalityDocuments. Spatial cognition and its neural basis in teleost fishesDocuments. Spatial working memory and spatial attention rely on common neural processes in the intraparietal sulcusDocuments.
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1. Touch-Psychological aspects. 2. Visual perception. Because it is largely redundant with vision for the acquisition of spatial knowledge of the environment and the object properties, it allows blind people to acquire a certain autonomy in their everyday life. Therefore, it is considered as a powerful and effective tool. Some selected data concerning the anatomical and neurophysiological bases of cutaneous and haptic perceptions are presented in the two chapters of this Section. This book may also be useful to the ergonomists who design sensory prostheses and adapt new technologies for the blind, and to the roboticians who need to know the role of tactile reafferences in movement control.