Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Aspects of Spatial Neglect.

By: Jeannerod, MMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandAdvances in Psychology: Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (361 p.)ISBN: 9780080866994Subject(s): Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder | Perception, Disorders of | Perceptual disorders | Perceptual disorders | Space perception | Space perception | Spatial behavior | Spatial behaviorGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Aspects of Spatial NeglectDDC classification: 616.81 LOC classification: RC382.2 .N48 1987Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover ; Neurophysiological and Neuropsychologigal Aspects of Spatial Neglect; Copyright Page ; TABLE OF CONTENTS; Chapter I. Foreword ; Chapter II. Varieties of attention and disturbances of attention: A neuropsychological analysis; Chapter III. Unilateral attention deficits and hemispheric asymmetries in the control of attention
Chapter IV. Coordinates of extracorporeal space Chapter V. Mechanisms of unilateral neglect ; Chapter VI. The directional coding of reaching movements. A visuomotor conception of spatial neglect ; Chapter VII. Hemispace and hemispatial neglect
Chapter VIII. Perceptual and action systems in unilateral visual neglect Chapter IX. Dyschiria. An attempt at its systemic explanation ; Chapter X. Disturbances in spatial attention following lesion or disconnection of the right parietal lobe
Chapter XI. The 'neglected' left hemisphere and its contribution to visuospatial neglect Chapter XII. The anatomy of spatial neglect in humans ; Chapter XIII. Animal models for the syndrome of spatial neglect ; Chapter XIV. Neural circuits for spatial attention and unilateral neglect
Chapter XV. Neural dysfunction during hemineglect after cortical damage in two monkey models Author Index
Summary: Spatial Neglect is one of the few areas in Neuropsychology where clinicians, psychologists and animal experimenters have succeeded in adopting a common language. The result of interaction between these three approaches has been some important new advances, which are presented in this volume.<br><br>Apart from its clinical significance in neuropsychology, Spatial Neglect raises important questions in the field of behavioral neurosciences. In this volume, three aspects are examined: <br>a) normal subjects, where new findings on spatial behavior are described. <br>b) brain-lesioned subjects, w
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Front Cover ; Neurophysiological and Neuropsychologigal Aspects of Spatial Neglect; Copyright Page ; TABLE OF CONTENTS; Chapter I. Foreword ; Chapter II. Varieties of attention and disturbances of attention: A neuropsychological analysis; Chapter III. Unilateral attention deficits and hemispheric asymmetries in the control of attention

Chapter IV. Coordinates of extracorporeal space Chapter V. Mechanisms of unilateral neglect ; Chapter VI. The directional coding of reaching movements. A visuomotor conception of spatial neglect ; Chapter VII. Hemispace and hemispatial neglect

Chapter VIII. Perceptual and action systems in unilateral visual neglect Chapter IX. Dyschiria. An attempt at its systemic explanation ; Chapter X. Disturbances in spatial attention following lesion or disconnection of the right parietal lobe

Chapter XI. The 'neglected' left hemisphere and its contribution to visuospatial neglect Chapter XII. The anatomy of spatial neglect in humans ; Chapter XIII. Animal models for the syndrome of spatial neglect ; Chapter XIV. Neural circuits for spatial attention and unilateral neglect

Chapter XV. Neural dysfunction during hemineglect after cortical damage in two monkey models Author Index

Spatial Neglect is one of the few areas in Neuropsychology where clinicians, psychologists and animal experimenters have succeeded in adopting a common language. The result of interaction between these three approaches has been some important new advances, which are presented in this volume.<br><br>Apart from its clinical significance in neuropsychology, Spatial Neglect raises important questions in the field of behavioral neurosciences. In this volume, three aspects are examined: <br>a) normal subjects, where new findings on spatial behavior are described. <br>b) brain-lesioned subjects, w

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