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Prism adaptation differently affects motor-intentional and perceptual-attentional biases in healthy individuals

Neuropsychologia, 49, 2718– 2727, June 2011

Photo Needed Kelly M. Goedert, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
P. Fortis and A.M. Barrett

Prism adaptation (PA) has been shown to affect performance on a variety of spatial tasks in healthy individuals and neglect patients. However, little is still known about the mechanisms through which PA affects spatial cognition. In the present study we tested the effect of PA on the perceptual-attentional "where" and motor-intentional "aiming" spatial systems in healthy individuals.

 
 
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