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    1. Rueckert, L; Deravanesian, A; Baboorian, D; Lacalamita, A; Repplinger, M
      Pseudoneglect and the cross-over effect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    2. Fischer, MH
      Cognition in the bisection task

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    3. McCourt, ME; Garlinghouse, M; Butler, J
      The influence of viewing eye on pseudoneglect magnitude

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    4. Harvey, M; Kramer, T; Gilchrist, ID
      Impaired size processing for single objects after hemispatial neglect

      NEUROREPORT
    5. Kerkhoff, G
      Spatial hemineglect in humans

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    6. Nicholls, MER; Bradshaw, JL; Mattingley, JB
      Unilateral hemispheric activation does not affect free-viewing perceptual asymmetries

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    7. McCourt, ME; Freeman, P; Tahmahkera-Stevens, C; Chaussee, M
      The influence of unimanual response on pseudoneglect magnitude

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    8. Pouget, A; Sejnowski, TJ
      Simulating a lesion in a basis function model of spatial representations: Comparison with hemineglect

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    9. Fischer, MH; Stumpp, T
      An investigation of the time course of flanker effects in the landmark task

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    10. Olk, B; Harvey, M; Dow, L; Murphy, PJS
      Illusion processing in hemispatial neglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. Ricci, R; Chatterjee, A
      Context and crossover in unilateral neglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    12. Dobler, V; Manly, T; Atkinson, J; Wilson, BA; Ioannou, K; Robertson, IH
      Interaction of hand use and spatial selective attention in children

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    13. McCourt, ME
      Performance consistency of normal observers in forced-choice tachistoscopic visual line bisection

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    14. Fischer, MH
      Number processing induces spatial performance biases

      NEUROLOGY
    15. Ishiai, S; Koyama, Y; Furuya, T
      Conflict and integration of spatial attention between disconnected hemispheres

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    16. Silveri, MC; Misciagna, S; Terrezza, G
      Right side neglect in right cerebellar lesion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    17. Schubert, F; Spatt, J
      Double dissociations between neglect tests: Possible relation to lesion site

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    18. McCourt, ME; Garlinghouse, M; Slater, J
      Centripetal versus centrifugal bias in visual line bisection: Focusing attention on two hypotheses

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    19. Bailey, MJ; Riddoch, MJ; Crome, P
      Evaluation of a test battery for hemineglect in elderly stroke patients for use by therapists in clinical practice

      NEUROREHABILITATION
    20. Colent, C; Pisella, L; Bernieri, C; Rode, G; Rossetti, Y
      Cognitive bias induced by visuo-motor adaptation to prisms: a simulation of unilateral neglect in normal individuals?

      NEUROREPORT
    21. Fierro, B; Brighina, F; Oliveri, M; Piazza, A; La Bua, V; Buffa, D; Bisiach, E
      Contralateral neglect induced by right posterior parietal rTMS in healthy subjects

      NEUROREPORT
    22. Richard, C; Honore, J; Rousseaux, M
      Is there a distortion of body projection in extracorporeal space in neglect patients?

      NEUROREPORT
    23. Chokron, S; De Agostini, M
      Reading habits influence aesthetic preference

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Sandor, PS; Bachtold, D; Henn, V; Brugger, P
      Effects of optokinetically induced rotatory self-motion on spatial perception and representation

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    25. Corballis, MC; McLean, A
      Interhemispheric comparisons in a man with complete forebrain commissurotomy

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    26. Kalaycioglu, C; Nalcaci, E; Budanur, OE; Genc, Y; Cicek, M
      The effect of familial sinistrality on the relation between schizophrenialike thinking and pseudoneglect

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    27. Nalcaci, E; Kalaycioglu, C; Cicek, M; Budanur, OE
      Magical ideation and right-sided hemispatial inattention on a spatial working memory task: Influences of sex and handedness

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    28. Anderson, B; Mennemeier, M; Chatterjee, A
      Variability not ability: another basis for performance decrements in neglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    29. Seki, K; Ishiai, S; Koyama, Y; Sato, S; Hirabayashi, H; Inaki, K
      Why are some patients with severe neglect able to copy a cube? The significance of verbal intelligence

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    30. Chatterjee, A; Ricci, R; Calhoun, J
      Weighing the evidence for cross over in neglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    31. Harvey, M; Pool, TD; Roberson, MJ; Olk, B
      Effects of visible and invisible cueing procedures on perceptual judgmentsin young and elderly subjects

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    32. Ishiai, S; Koyama, Y; Seki, K; Izawa, M
      Line versus representational bisections in unilateral spatial neglect

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    33. Ricci, R; Calhoun, J; Chatterjee, A
      Orientation bias in unilateral neglect: Representational contributions

      CORTEX
    34. McCourt, ME; Garlinghouse, H
      Asymmetries of visuospatial attention are modulated by viewing distance and visual field elevation: Pseudoneglect in peripersonal and extrapersonal space

      CORTEX
    35. Pizzamiglio, L; Committeri, G; Galati, G; Patria, F
      Psychophysical properties of line bisection and body midline perception inunilateral neglect

      CORTEX
    36. Weiss, PH; Marshall, JC; Wunderlich, G; Tellmann, L; Halligan, PW; Freund, HJ; Zilles, K; Fink, GR
      Neural consequences of acting in near versus far space: a physiological basis for clinical dissociations

      BRAIN
    37. Gracies, JM; Marosszeky, JE; Renton, R; Sandanam, J; Gandevia, SC; Burke, D
      Short-term effects of dynamic lycra splints on upper limb in hemiplegic patients

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    38. Kori, A; Geldmacher, DS
      Three-dimensional neglect phenomena following right anterior choroidal artery infarction

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    39. Vuilleumier, P; Valenza, N; Mayer, E; Perrig, S; Landis, T
      To see better to the left when looking more to the right: Effects of gaze direction and frames of spatial coordinates in unilateral neglect

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    40. Mesulam, MM
      Spatial attention and neglect: parietal, frontal and cingulate contributions to the mental representation and attentional targeting of salient extrapersonal events

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    41. Machado, L; Rafal, RD
      Ipsilesional line bisection bias in patients with chronic parietal lesions

      NEUROREPORT
    42. Spidalieri, G; Sgolastra, R
      The head midline as a reliable reference frame for encoding head-on-body orientation

      NEUROREPORT
    43. Bartolomeo, P; Chokron, S
      Egocentric frame of reference: its role in spatial bias after right hemisphere lesions

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    44. Irving-Bell, L; Small, M; Cowey, A
      A distortion of perceived space in patients with right-hemisphere lesions and visual hemineglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    45. MacLeod, MS; Turnbull, OH
      Motor and perceptual factors in pseudoneglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    46. Harvey, M; Milner, AD
      Residual perceptual distortion in 'recovered' hemispatial neglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    47. Nielsen, KE; Intriligator, J; Barton, JJS
      Spatial representation in the normal visual field: a study of hemifield line bisection

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    48. Nicholls, MER; Bradshaw, DL; Mattingley, JB
      Free-viewing perceptual asymmetries for the judgement of brightness, numerosity and size

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    49. Nico, D; Galati, G; Incoccia, C
      The endpoints' task: an analysis of length reproduction in unilateral neglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    50. Cowey, A; Small, M; Ellis, S
      No abrupt change in visual hemineglect from near to far space

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    51. Seki, K; Ishiai, S; Koyama, Y; Sato, S
      Unassociated responses to two related task demands: A negative factor for improvement of unilateral spatial neglect

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    52. Doricchi, F; Angelelli, P
      Misrepresentation of horizontal space in left unilateral neglect - Role ofhemianopia

      NEUROLOGY
    53. Chieffi, S
      Influence of perceptual factors on line bisection

      CORTEX
    54. Anderson, B
      A computational model of neglect dyslexia

      CORTEX
    55. Chatterjee, A; Thompson, KA; Ricci, R
      Quantitative analysis of cancellation tasks in neglect

      CORTEX
    56. Estevez, AF; Fuentes, LJ
      Visual unilateral neglect: (I) Assessment

      PSICOLOGIA CONDUCTUAL
    57. VUILLEUMIER P; LANDIS T
      ILLUSORY CONTOURS AND SPATIAL NEGLECT

      NeuroReport
    58. CHOKRON S; BARTOLOMEO P; PERENIN MT; HELFT G; IMBERT M
      SCANNING DIRECTION AND LINE BISECTION - A STUDY OF NORMAL SUBJECTS AND UNILATERAL NEGLECT PATIENTS WITH OPPOSITE READING HABITS

      Cognitive brain research
    59. Peterson, MA; Gerhardstein, PC; Mennemeier, M; Rapcsak, SZ
      Object-centered attentional biases and object recognition contributions toscene segmentation in left- and right-hemisphere-damaged patients

      PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    60. POST RB; WELCH RB; CAUFIELD K
      RELATIVE SPATIAL EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION WITHIN THE MULLER-LYER ANDJUDD ILLUSIONS

      Perception
    61. CHATTERJEE A
      MOTOR MINDS AND MENTAL MODELS IN NEGLECT

      Brain and cognition
    62. HALLIGAN PW; MARSHALL JC
      VISUOSPATIAL NEGLECT - THE ULTIMATE DECONSTRUCTION

      Brain and cognition
    63. MENNEMEIER M; RAPCSAK SZ; DILLON M; VEZEY E
      A SEARCH FOR THE OPTIMAL STIMULUS

      Brain and cognition
    64. TURNBULL OH; MCGEORGE P
      LATERAL BUMPING - A NORMAL-SUBJECT ANALOG TO THE BEHAVIOR OF PATIENTSWITH HEMISPATIAL NEGLECT

      Brain and cognition
    65. SEKI K; ISHIAI S; KOYAMA Y; SATO S; HIRABAYASHI H; INAKI K; NAKAYAMA T
      EFFECTS OF UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT ON SPATIAL AGRAPHIA OF KANA ANDKANJI LETTERS

      Brain and language (Print)
    66. LAENG B; PETERS M; MCCABE B
      MEMORY FOR LOCATIONS WITHIN REGIONS - SPATIAL BIASES AND VISUAL HEMIFIELD DIFFERENCES

      Memory & cognition
    67. FARNE A; PONTI F; LADAVAS E
      IN SEARCH OF BIASED EGOCENTRIC REFERENCE FRAMES IN NEGLECT

      Neuropsychologia
    68. BARTOLOMEO P; DERME P; PERRI R; GAINOTTI G
      PERCEPTION AND ACTION IN HEMISPATIAL NEGLECT

      Neuropsychologia
    69. CHEWNING J; ADAIR JC; HEILMAN EB; HEILMAN KM
      ATTENTIONAL BIAS IN NORMAL SUBJECTS PERFORMING VISUAL AND TACTILE RADIAL LINE BISECTIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    70. BARTON JJS; BLACK SE
      LINE BISECTION IN HEMIANOPIA

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    71. MILNER AD; HARVEY M; PRITCHARD CL
      VISUAL SIZE PROCESSING IN SPATIAL NEGLECT

      Experimental Brain Research
    72. ADAIR JC; CHATTERJEE A; SCHWARTZ RL; HEILMAN KM
      IPSILATERAL NEGLECT - REVERSAL OF BIAS OR EXAGGERATED CROSS-OVER PHENOMENON

      Cortex
    73. Venneri, A; Pentore, R; Cotticelli, B; Della Sala, S
      Unilateral spatial neglect in the late stage of Alzheimer's disease

      CORTEX
    74. BARTON JJS; BEHRMANN M; BLACK S
      OCULAR SEARCH DURING LINE BISECTION - THE EFFECTS OF HEMI-NEGLECT ANDHEMIANOPIA

      Brain (Print)
    75. MONAGHAN P; SHILLCOCK R
      THE CROSS-OVER EFFECT IN UNILATERAL NEGLECT - MODELING DETAILED DATA IN THE LINE-BISECTION TASK

      Brain
    76. MARSHALL RS; LAZAR RM; KRAKAUER JW; SHARMA R
      STIMULUS CONTEXT IN HEMINEGLECT

      Brain (Print)
    77. AGRELL B; DEHLIN O
      THE CLOCK-DRAWING TEST

      Age and ageing
    78. AGRELL BM; DEHLIN OI; DAHLGREN CJ
      NEGLECT IN ELDERLY STROKE PATIENTS - A COMPARISON OF 5 TESTS

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    79. SCHINDLER I; KERKHOFF G
      HEAD AND TRUNK ORIENTATION MODULATE VISUAL NEGLECT

      NeuroReport
    80. BRUGGER P; GRAVES RE
      RIGHT HEMISPATIAL INATTENTION AND MAGICAL IDEATION

      European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience
    81. MENDEZ MF; CHERRIER MM; CYMERMAN JS
      HEMISPATIAL NEGLECT ON VISUAL-SEARCH TASKS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    82. ISHIAI S; KOYAMA Y; SEKI K; SATO S; NAKAYAMA T
      DISSOCIATED NEGLECT FOR OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE SIZES

      Journal of neurology
    83. SHUREN JE; JACOBS DH; HEILMAN KM
      THE INFLUENCE OF CENTER-OF-MASS EFFECT ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF SPATIALATTENTION IN THE VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL DIMENSIONS

      Brain and cognition
    84. NALCACI E; CICEK H; KALAYCIOGLU C; YAVUZER S
      PSEUDONEGLECT OF MALES AND FEMALES ON A SPATIAL, SHORT-TERM-MEMORY TASK

      Perceptual and motor skills
    85. HJALTASON H; TEGNER R
      LINE BISECTION WITH A HEAD MOUNTED POINTING DEVICE - AN INVESTIGATIONOF THE ROLE OF RIGHT-HAND USE AND BILATERAL HEMISPHERE ACTIVATION IN LEFT NEGLECT

      Neuropsychologia
    86. MENNEMEIER M; VEZEY E; CHATTERJEE A; RAPCSAK SZ; HEILMAN KM
      CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE LEFT AND RIGHT CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES TO LINE BISECTION

      Neuropsychologia
    87. MCCOURT ME; MARK VW; RADONOVICH KJ; WILLISON SK; FREEMAN P
      THE EFFECTS OF GENDER, MENSTRUAL PHASE AND PRACTICE ON THE PERCEIVED LOCATION OF THE MIDSAGITTAL PLANE

      Neuropsychologia
    88. MCCOURT ME; OLAFSON C
      COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL INFLUENCES ON VISUAL LINE BISECTION - PSYCHOPHYSICAL AND CHRONOMETRIC ANALYSES OF PSEUDONEGLECT

      Neuropsychologia
    89. MARK VW; HEILMAN KM
      DIAGONAL NEGLECT ON CANCELLATION

      Neuropsychologia
    90. ANDERSON B
      PIECES OF THE TRUE CROSSOVER EFFECT IN NEGLECT

      Neurology
    91. SCHWARTZ RL; ADAIR JC; NA D; WILLIAMSON DJG; HEILMAN KM
      SPATIAL BIAS - ATTENTIONAL AND INTENTIONAL INFLUENCE IN NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Neurology
    92. SPIDALIERI G; SGOLASTRA R
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE TRUNK MIDLINE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    93. ISHIAI S; SEKI K; KOYAMA Y; IZUMI Y
      DISAPPEARANCE OF UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT FOLLOWING A SIMPLE INSTRUCTION

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    94. FUJII T; FUKATSU R; SUZUKI K; YAMADORI A
      EFFECT OF HEAD-CENTERED AND BODY-CENTERED HEMISPACE IN UNILATERAL NEGLECT

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    95. FISCHER MH
      BISECTION PERFORMANCE INDICATES SPATIAL WORD REPRESENTATION

      Cognitive brain research
    96. DELLATOLAS G; VANLUCHENE J; COUTIN T
      VISUAL AND MOTOR COMPONENTS IN SIMPLE LINE BISECTION - AN INVESTIGATION IN NORMAL ADULTS

      Cognitive brain research
    97. REUTERLORENZ PA; DRAIN M; HARDYMORAIS C
      OBJECT-CENTERED ATTENTIONAL BIASES IN THE INTACT BRAIN

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    98. PREVIC FH
      AN AUTOMATED BISECTION DEVICE FOR ASSESSING ATTENTIONAL NEGLECT IN CLINICAL POPULATIONS

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    99. ISHIAI S; SEKI K; KOYAMA Y; GONO S
      INEFFECTIVE LEFTWARD SEARCH IN-LINE BISECTION AND MECHANISMS OF LEFT UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT

      Journal of neurology
    100. SEKI K; ISHIAI S
      DIVERSE PATTERNS OF PERFORMANCE IN COPYING AND SEVERITY OF UNILATERALSPATIAL NEGLECT

      Journal of neurology


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