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Case Studies in the Neuropsychology of Vision

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        StatementPsychology Press
        PublishersPsychology Press
        LC ClassificationsNovember 1, 1999
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 95 p. :
        Number of Pages63
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10086377895X

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Two independent occupational therapists specialized in orientation and mobility evaluated the videos systematically. Re neurology: the nineteenth-century cognitive neuropsychologists were also neurologists. According to this model, new information needs to be transferred from short-term to long-term memory STM and LTM, respectively if it is to be remembered later on.

The distinction I am drawing here between cognitive neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience is very well expressed by Scachter 1992, p. Her story was turned into a movie in 1957 called The Three Faces of Eve based on a book of the same name written by her psychiatrists.

Secondly, even if the information about lesion location could have been obtained by less crude methods, the models themselves were not sufficiently detailed for questions to be sensibly asked about where the modules were located in the brain. Here we have, not an association, but a dissociation, of deficits: impaired object recognition with intact face and word recognition.

Most of the observers mentioned in this chapter failed to contribute anything of permanent value to the solution of the problem.

The neuropsychological rehabilitation of visual agnosia and Balint's syndrome

Therefore, the aim of this systematic review is to give an overview of available literature describing treatment approaches and their effectiveness with regard to these disorders. 1999 Let your brain alone. Loss of recent memory after bilateral hippocampal lesions. The paper, published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, also Case Studies in the Neuropsychology of Vision accounts of 8 psychotic patients on whom Scoville had carried performed surgery similar to that of H.

]…the loss was immediately apparent. Suppose now, however, we came across a second stroke patient, one whose recognition of stimuli in all sensory modalities bar vision was intact; and he was not blind because he could describe well the visual properties of any stimulus he was looking at; and he could not recognize objects even though he could recognize faces or printed words. could learn simple sensorimotor skills; his performance on tasks such as tracing a simple diagram improved with practice, suggesting that some learning was taking place.

[] HM is a very interesting case. London Review of Books, 21. Regardless of the aetiology of his epilepsy, when H. Hove, East Sussex: Lawrence Erlbaum. Neurology, 33 91141—1145.

This book provides reviews of major case studies dealing with the breakdown of visual perception and recognition, including the disorders of motion vision, colour vision, perceptual integration, perceptual classification, recognition of particular categories of object, semantic access from vision in optic aphasiaand recognition impairments with relative sparing of imagery.

- Marcel Kinsbourne, New School University New York, in Contemporary Psychology The book gives an excellent overview of the fascinating types of impairments and is thus gripping to read. This involved the removal of large portions of the temporal lobe from both hemispheres of the brain.

Joanne Woodward won the best actress Oscar for portraying Sizemore and her various personalities in this film. eds : Cognitive Neuropsychology and Cognitive Rehabilitation.