Handbook of Neuropsychology: Disorders of visual behavior, Volume 4
François Boller, Jordan Grafman
Gulf Professional Publishing, 2000 - Medical - 252 pages
Volume 4 of the all-new Handbook of Neuropsychology addresses the disorders of visual behavior. This workreviews the neurophysiology of spatial vision, as well as recent work on recognition deficits for faces, objects and words. Also presented are disorders of spatial representation, of color processing and of mental imagery. Balint's syndrome, blindsight, and visuospatial or constructional disorders are discussed and the relationship between eye movements and brain damage are described in detail."
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