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    1. Seltzer, B; Vasterling, JJ; Mathias, CW; Brennan, A
      Clinical and neuropsychological correlates of impaired awareness of deficits in Alzheimer disease and Parkinson disease: A comparative study

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    2. O'Donnell, WE
      The Neuropsychological Impairment Scale-Senior: A procedure for evaluatingawareness disturbance in geriatric patients

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    3. Bachtold, D; Baumann, T; Sandor, PS; Kritos, M; Regard, M; Brugger, P
      Spatial- and verbal-memory improvement by cold-water caloric stimulation in healthy subjects

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    4. Abreu, BC; Seale, G; Scheibel, RS; Huddleston, N; Zhang, L; Ottenbacher, KJ
      Levels of self-awareness after acute brain injury: how patients' and rehabilitation specialists' perceptions compare

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    5. Gil, R; Arroyo-Anllo, EM; Ingrand, P; Gil, M; Neau, JP; Ornon, C; Bonnaud, V
      Self-consciousness and Alzheimer's disease

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    6. Jehkonen, M; Ahonen, JP; Dastidar, P; Koivisto, AM; Laippala, P; Vilkki, J; Molnar, G
      Predictors of discharge to home during the first year after right hemisphere stroke

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    7. Keenan, JP; Wheeler, MA; Gallup, GG; Pascual-Leone, A
      Self-recognition and the right prefrontal cortex

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    8. Spatt, J; Mamoli, B
      Ictal visual hallucinations and post-ictal hemianopia with anosognosia

      SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY
    9. Harwood, DG; Sultzer, DL; Wheatley, MV
      Impaired insight in Alzheimer disease: Association with cognitive deficits, psychiatric symptoms, and behavioral disturbances

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    10. Sabbagh, N; Anterion, CT; Girtanner, C; Cadet, L; Grangette, FV; Gonthier, R
      Visual analog scale for autoevaluation in elderly patients presenting either pain or early dementia.

      REVUE DE MEDECINE INTERNE
    11. Paulig, M; Weber, M; Garbelotto, S
      Somatoparaphrenia. A"positive-variant" of anosognosia for hemiplegia

      NERVENARZT
    12. Karussis, D; Leker, RR; Abramsky, O
      Cognitive dysfunction following thalamic stroke: a study of 16 cases and review of the literature

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    13. Lu, LH; Barrett, AM; Cibula, JE; Gilmore, RL; Fennell, EB; Heilman, KM
      Dissociation of anosognosia and phantom movement during the Wada test

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    14. Geroldi, C; Akkawi, NM; Galluzzi, S; Ubezio, MC; Binetti, G; Zanetti, O; Trabucchi, M; Frisoni, GB
      Temporal lobe asymmetry in patients with Alzheimer's disease with delusions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    15. Feinberg, TE; Roane, DM; Ali, J
      Illusory limb movements in anosognosia for hemiplegia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    16. Devanand, DP; Michaels-Marston, KS; Liu, XH; Pelton, GH; Padilla, M; Marder, K; Bell, K; Stern, Y; Mayeux, R
      Olfactory deficits in patients with mild cognitive impairment predict Alzheimer's disease at follow-up

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    17. Jehkonen, M; Ahonen, JP; Dastidar, P; Laippala, P; Vilkki, J
      Unawareness of deficits after right hemisphere stroke: double-dissociations of anosognosias

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    18. Zanetti, O; Vallotti, B; Frisoni, GB; Geroldi, C; Bianchetti, A; Pasqualetti, P; Trabucchi, M
      Insight in dementia: When does it occur? Evidence for a nonlinear relationship between insight and cognitive status

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES B-PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
    19. Sevush, S
      Relationship between denial of memory deficit and dementia severity in Alzheimer disease

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    20. Cotrell, V; Wild, K
      Longitudinal study of self-imposed driving restrictions and deficit awareness in patients with Alzheimer disease

      ALZHEIMER DISEASE & ASSOCIATED DISORDERS
    21. Derouesne, C; Thibault, S; Lagha-Pierucci, S; Baudouin-Madec, V; Ancri, D; Lacomblez, L
      Decreased awareness of cognitive deficits in patients with mild dementia of the Alzheimer type

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    22. Lower, TA
      Intellectual disabilities: Have we lost our senses?

      MENTAL RETARDATION
    23. Glosser, G; Cole, LC; Deutsch, GK; Donofrio, N; Bagley, L; Baltuch, G; French, JA
      Hemispheric asymmetries in arousal affect outcome of the intracarotid amobarbital test

      NEUROLOGY
    24. Mohamed, S; Fleming, S; Penn, DL; Spaulding, W
      Insight in schizophrenia: Its relationship to measures of executive functions

      JOURNAL OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE
    25. Brod, M; Stewart, AL; Sands, L; Walton, P
      Conceptualization and measurement of quality of life in dementia: The dementia quality of life instrument (DQoL)

      GERONTOLOGIST
    26. BRUSTROM JE; OBER BA
      PREDICTORS OF PERCEIVED MEMORY IMPAIRMENT - DO THEY DIFFER IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE VERSUS NORMAL AGING

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    27. SHERER M; ODEN K; BERGLOFF P; LEVIN E; HIGH WM
      ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF IMPAIRED AWARENESS AFTER BRAIN INJURY - IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY RE-INTEGRATION

      NeuroRehabilitation
    28. HEILMAN KM; BARRETT AM; ADAIR JC
      POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF ANOSOGNOSIA - A DEFECT IN SELF-AWARENESS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    29. Giacino, JT; Cicerone, KD
      Varieties of deficit unawareness after brain injury

      JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION
    30. Prigatano, GP; Bruna, O; Mataro, M; Munoz, JM; Fernandez, S; Junque, C
      Initial disturbances of consciousness and resultant impaired awareness in Spanish patients with traumatic brain injury

      JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION
    31. MCDOUGALL GJ
      MEMORY AWARENESS IN NURSING-HOME RESIDENTS

      Gerontology
    32. MARSHALL J; ROBSON J; PRING T; CHIAT S
      WHY DOES MONITORING FAIL IN JARGON APHASIA - COMPREHENSION, JUDGMENT,AND THERAPY EVIDENCE

      Brain and language (Print)
    33. Debus, ES; Mullges, W; Sailer, MA; Reith, HB; Franke, S
      Left cerebral hemi-neglect following carotid TEA: Diagnostic, pathogeneticand therapeutic considerations

      INTERNATIONAL SURGERY
    34. CANTAGALLO A; DELLASALA S
      PRESERVED INSIGHT IN AN ARTIST WITH EXTRAPERSONAL SPATIAL NEGLECT

      Cortex
    35. RODE G; PERENIN MT; HONORE J; BOISSON D
      IMPROVEMENT OF THE MOTOR DEFICIT OF NEGLECT PATIENTS THROUGH VESTIBULAR STIMULATION - EVIDENCE FOR A MOTOR NEGLECT COMPONENT

      Cortex
    36. VASTERLING JJ; SELTZER B; CARPENTER BD; THOMPSON KA
      UNAWARENESS OF SOCIAL-INTERACTION AND EMOTIONAL CONTROL DEFICITS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    37. FLUHARTY G; WALLAT C
      MODIFYING THE ENVIRONMENT TO OPTIMIZE OUTCOME FOR PEOPLE WITH BEHAVIOR DISORDERS ASSOCIATED WITH ANOSOGNOSIA

      NeuroRehabilitation
    38. MAESHIMA S; TRUMAN G; SMITH DS; DOHI N; ITAKURA T; KOMAI N
      FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME FOLLOWING THALAMIC HEMORRHAGE - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTOR AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS AND ADL

      Disability and rehabilitation
    39. VASTERLING JJ; SELTZER B; WATROUS WE
      LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF DEFICIT UNAWARENESS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    40. STARKSTEIN SE; SABE L; CUERVA AG; KUZIS G; LEIGUARDA R
      ANOSOGNOSIA AND PROCEDURAL LEARNING IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    41. PRIGATANO GP; OGANO M; AMAKUSA B
      A CROSS-CULTURAL-STUDY ON IMPAIRED SELF-AWARENESS IN JAPANESE PATIENTS WITH BRAIN-DYSFUNCTION

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    42. WAGNER MT; SPANGENBERG KB; BACHMAN DL; OCONNELL P
      UNAWARENESS OF COGNITIVE DEFICIT IN ALZHEIMER-DISEASE AND RELATED DEMENTIAS

      Alzheimer disease and associated disorders
    43. COTRELL VC
      AWARENESS DEFICITS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - ISSUES IN ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION

      Journal of applied gerontology
    44. MEADOR KJ; LORING DW; LEE GP; NICHOLS ME; MOORE EE; FIGUEROA RE
      LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND MEMORY DURING THE INTRACAROTID SODIUM AMOBARBITAL PROCEDURE

      Brain and cognition
    45. DODRILL CB; OJEMANN GA
      AN EXPLORATORY COMPARISON OF 3 METHODS OF MEMORY ASSESSMENT WITH THE INTRACAROTID AMOBARBITAL PROCEDURE

      Brain and cognition
    46. GAINOTTI G
      EMOTIONAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS OF APHASIC PATIENTS - AN INTRODUCTION

      Aphasiology
    47. HERRMANN M
      STUDYING PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS IN APHASIA - SOME CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

      Aphasiology
    48. STONE T; YOUNG AW
      DELUSIONS AND BRAIN INJURY - THE PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF BELIEF

      Mind & language
    49. BERLUCCHI G; AGLIOTI S
      THE BODY IN THE BRAIN - NEURAL BASES OF CORPOREAL AWARENESS

      Trends in neurosciences
    50. GHAEMI SN
      INSIGHT AND PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS - A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE, WITH A FOCUS ON ITS CLINICAL RELEVANCE FOR BIPOLAR DISORDER

      Psychiatric annals
    51. MCGLYNN SM; SCHACTER DL
      THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF INSIGHT - IMPAIRED AWARENESS OF DEFICITS IN A PSYCHIATRIC CONTEXT

      Psychiatric annals
    52. ELLIS S; SMALL M
      LOCALIZATION OF LESION IN DENIAL OF HEMIPLEGIA AFTER ACUTE STROKE

      Stroke
    53. MOHR G
      NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL EXPLO RATIONS OF CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS CONTROL OF BEHAVIOR

      Psychologische Rundschau
    54. SPENCER KA; TOMPKINS CA; SCHULZ R
      ASSESSMENT OF DEPRESSION IN PATIENTS WITH BRAIN PATHOLOGY - THE CASE OF STROKE

      Psychological bulletin
    55. GOLDBECK R
      DENIAL IN PHYSICAL ILLNESS

      Journal of psychosomatic research
    56. ADAIR JC; SCHWARTZ RL; NA DL; FENNELL E; GILMORE RL; HEILMAN KM
      ANOSOGNOSIA - EXAMINING THE DISCONNECTION HYPOTHESIS

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    57. STARKSTEIN SE; SABE L; VAZQUEZ S; DILORENZO G; MARTINEZ A; PETRACCA G; TESON A; CHEMERINSKI E; LEIGUARDA R
      NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL, PSYCHIATRIC, AND CEREBRAL PERFUSION CORRELATES OFLEUKOARAIOSIS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    58. SELTZER B; VASTERLING JJ; YODER J; THOMPSON KA
      AWARENESS OF DEFICIT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - RELATION TO CAREGIVER BURDEN

      The Gerontologist
    59. THAM K; TEGNER R
      VIDEO FEEDBACK IN THE REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL NEGLECT

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    60. MONFORT J; HERVY MP; FELINE A
      DEMENTIA AND DEPRESSION IN THE ELDERLY

      Annales medico-psychologiques
    61. PRIGATANO GP
      BEHAVIORAL LIMITATIONS TBI PATIENTS TEND TO UNDERESTIMATE - A REPLICATION AND EXTENSION TO PATIENTS WITH LATERALIZED CEREBRAL-DYSFUNCTION

      Clinical neuropsychologist
    62. HINKIN CH; VANGORP WG; SATZ P; MARCOTTE T; DURVASULA RS; WOOD S; CAMPBELL L; BALUDA MR
      ACTUAL VERSUS SELF-REPORTED COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION IN HIV-1 INFECTION - MEMORY-METAMEMORY DISSOCIATIONS

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    63. KASZNIAK AW; ZAK MG
      ON THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF METAMEMORY - CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE STUDY OF AMNESIA AND DEMENTIA

      Learning and individual differences
    64. AGLIOTI S; SMANIA N; MANFREDI M; BERLUCCHI G
      DISOWNERSHIP OF LEFT HAND AND OBJECTS RELATED TO IT IN A PATIENT WITHRIGHT BRAIN-DAMAGE

      NeuroReport
    65. DECKEL AW; MORRISON D
      EVIDENCE OF A NEUROLOGICALLY BASED DENIAL OF ILLNESS IN PATIENTS WITHHUNTINGTONS-DISEASE

      Archives of clinical neuropsychology
    66. MULLEN R; HOWARD R; DAVID A; LEVY R
      INSIGHT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      International journal of geriatric psychiatry
    67. FLEMING JM; STRONG J; ASHTON R
      SELF-AWARENESS OF DEFICITS IN ADULTS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY - HOW BEST TO MEASURE

      Brain injury
    68. GHAEMI SN; HEBBEN N; STOLL AL; POPE HG
      NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF LACK OF INSIGHT IN BIPOLAR DISORDER - APRELIMINARY-REPORT

      Psychiatry research
    69. SELLAL F; RENASEAULECLERC C; LABRECQUE R
      THE MAN WHO HAD 6 ARMS - ANALYSIS OF SUPE RNUMERARY PHANTOM LIMBS AFTER RIGHT-HEMISPHERE STROKE

      Revue neurologique
    70. STARKSTEIN SE; SABE L; CHEMERINSKI E; JASON L; LEIGUARDA R
      2 DOMAINS OF ANOSOGNOSIA IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    71. STARKSTEIN SE; SABE L; PETRACCA G; CHEMERINSKI E; KUZIS G; MERELLO M; LEIGUARDA R
      NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND PARKINSONS-DISEASE WITH DEMENTIA

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    72. SMALL M; ELLIS S
      DENIAL OF HEMIPLEGIA - AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE THEORIES OF CAUSATION

      European neurology
    73. BOGEN JE
      ON THE NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS .2. CONSTRAINING THE SEMANTICPROBLEM

      Consciousness and cognition
    74. HILDEBRANDT H; ZIEGER A
      UNCONSCIOUS ACTIVATION OF MOTOR-RESPONSES IN A HEMIPLEGIC PATIENT WITH ANOSOGNOSIA AND NEGLECT

      European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience
    75. KOTLERCOPE S; CAMP CJ
      ANOSOGNOSIA IN ALZHEIMER-DISEASE

      Alzheimer disease and associated disorders
    76. GROTTA J; BRATINA P
      SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCES OF 24 PATIENTS DRAMATICALLY RECOVERING FROM STROKE

      Stroke
    77. DALLABARBA G; PARLATO V; IAVARONE A; BOLLER F
      ANOSOGNOSIA, INTRUSIONS AND FRONTAL FUNCTIONS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND DEPRESSION

      Neuropsychologia
    78. GOLDENBERG G; MULLBACHER W; NOWAK A
      IMAGERY WITHOUT PERCEPTION - A CASE-STUDY OF ANOSOGNOSIA FOR CORTICALBLINDNESS

      Neuropsychologia
    79. CARPENTER K; BERTI A; OXBURY S; MOLYNEUX AJ; BISIACH E; OXBURY JM
      AWARENESS OF AND MEMORY FOR ARM WEAKNESS DURING INTRACAROTID SODIUM AMYTAL TESTING

      Brain
    80. SEIDENBERG M; HALTINER A; TAYLOR MA; HERMANN BB; WYLER A
      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MULTIPLE ABILITY SELF-REPORT QUESTIONNAIRE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    81. BLONDER LX; RANSEEN JD
      AWARENESS OF DEFICIT FOLLOWING RIGHT-HEMISPHERE STROKE

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    82. WEINSTEIN EA; FRIEDLAND RP; WAGNER EE
      DENIAL UNAWARENESS OF IMPAIRMENT AND SYMBOLIC BEHAVIOR IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    83. ELLIS SJ; SMALL M
      DENIAL OF EYE CLOSURE IN ACUTE STROKE

      Stroke
    84. LOPEZ OL; BECKER JT; SOMSAK D; DEW MA; DEKOSKY ST
      AWARENESS OF COGNITIVE DEFICITS AND ANOSOGNOSIA IN PROBABLE ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      European neurology
    85. GREEN J; GOLDSTEIN FC; SIROCKMAN BE; GREEN RC
      VARIABLE AWARENESS OF DEFICITS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    86. VERHEY FRJ; ROZENDAAL N; PONDS RWHM; JOLLES J
      DEMENTIA, AWARENESS AND DEPRESSION

      International journal of geriatric psychiatry
    87. BREGGIN PR
      PARALLELS BETWEEN NEUROLEPTIC EFFECTS AND LETHARGIC ENCEPHALITIS - THE PRODUCTION OF DYSKINESIAS AND COGNITIVE DISORDERS

      Brain and cognition
    88. DAVID A; OWEN AM; FORSTL H
      ON THE SELF-AWARENESS OF FOCAL BRAIN DISEASES BY THE PATIENT IN CORTICAL BLINDNESS AND CORTICAL DEAFNESS - ANNOTATED SUMMARY AND TRANSLATION

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    89. ELLIS SJ; SMALL M
      DENIAL OF ILLNESS IN STROKE

      Stroke


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