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Results for ‘Dorsal Stream Dysfunction

We have found 94 results across our website for keyword ‘Dorsal Stream Dysfunction’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Dorsal Stream Dysfunction CVI Experience
    Introduction to simulation videos, created to try to show how dorsal stream dysfunction might be experienced.
  • Balint Syndrome
    Balint Syndrome is the most severe form of dorsal stream dysfunction.
  • Dorsal Stream Dysfunction and Neuroplasticity Paper
    Paper about the importance of neuroimaging as a tool to understand neuroplasticity, in turn to understand CVI, specifically looking at dorsal stream dysfunction.
  • CVI-SIM Virtual Reality Progress Videos
    Page where we will upload progress videos of our 2020/21 Virtual Reality CVI Project with the University of St Andrews called CVI-SIM. Last update 12 March 2021.
  • Newsletter 29 CVI-SIM
    Newsletter 29, emailed to subscribers 9 March 2021, explaining CVI-SIM, a virtual reality programme developed in partnership with the University of St Andrews.
  • 1. Reduced Visual Search
    Explaining what reduced visual search means and the challenges created.
  • Dorsal Stream Dysfunction Plus Paper
    Link to paper by Gordon Dutton describing a group of children with the milder symptoms of dorsal stream dysfunction, where the visual impairment may have gone unidentified.
  • CVI Simulation Films
    Copy of newsletter emailed to subscribers on 13th January 2020 to introduce CVI simulation films made in collaboration with the University of St Andrews.
  • Toy Box Test
    Toy Box test to measure challenges finding an object in a crowded environment is for someone with CVI.
  • Horse Riding
    A look at why so many with CVI enjoy horse riding so much, and the benefits.
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