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We have found 29 results across our website for keyword ‘Blindsight’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Blindsight
    explaining what blindsight is and how it is experienced by people differently
  • Child with ’More than Blindsight’ Paper
    Fascinating paper about a boy who should be blind, but can see remarkably well - however beyond blindsight and Riddoch Syndrome, this boy can see colours without a primary visual cortex. Incredible!
  • Newsletter 19 Anatomy v Function
    Newsletter 19, emailed to subscribers on 12 August 2019 considering the relationship between function and anatomy, through examples of blindsight.
  • Blindsight Newspaper Feature
    Introduction to a newspaper feature on blindsight.
  • Nicola McDowells’ Blog 27 Blindsight
    In this fascinating blog, Nicola McDowell explains how she learnt to regain conscious vision in her right visual field where she had no vision! Blindsight.
  • Homonymous Hemianopia (New Vision in Absent Visual Field) Paper
    Introduction and link to fascinating paper explaining how a person regained vision in their right visual field which was absent due to hemianopia following injury.
  • Learning Emotions with CVI
    How does having CVI affect learning to recognise how other people are feeling?
  • Issue 14 CVIs As Characters
    Copy of newsletter, emailed to subscribers on Monday 19 November 2018, where we introduce a cast of performers to explain CVIs.
  • CVIs
    List of brain related impairments of vision. Most, but not all, come under the umbrella term cerebral visual impairments (CVIs).
  • Issue 5 Riddoch
    Newsletter number five, explaining how we must be a learning community.
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