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An anatomical and psychophysical comparison of subjective verticals in patients with right brain damage

Published inCortex, vol. 69, p. 60-67
Publication date2015
Abstract

Brain hemisphere lesions often cause a contralesional tilt of the subjective vertical (SV) a phenomenon related to spatial neglect and postural disorders. Depending on the method employed, different perceptual systems come into play when this gravitational vertical is assessed. Here, we compared the anatomical and psychophysical characteristics of modality-dependent SV biases in patients with right hemisphere stroke.

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ROUSSEAUX, Marc et al. An anatomical and psychophysical comparison of subjective verticals in patients with right brain damage. In: Cortex, 2015, vol. 69, p. 60–67. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2015.04.004
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