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We have found 50 results across our website for keyword ‘Dorsal Stream Dysfunction’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Balint Syndrome
    Balint Syndrome is the most severe form of dorsal stream dysfunction.
  • 1. Reduced Visual Search
    separating eight different experiences and behaviours relating to simultanagnostic vision, and looking at understanding the impact of their varying levels
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Language (for non-verbal children with CVI)
    Suggested approaches to teach language to those with CVI who are considered non-verbal, with explanations why.
  • Posterior Parietal Visual Dysfunction Paper
    Publication explaining the role of the posterior parietal lobes, featuring several different case studies to build understanding.
  • Paper showing that injury to the visual brain can lead to detectable changes in the eyes
    An introduction & link to a paper sharing important findings, about how the eyes are affected by brain injury, which could potentially lead to new ways to test for CVI using a simple eye examination.
  • Dorsal Stream Dysfunction Plus
    Link to paper published by Gordon Dutton where he considers a group of children who have a mild version of dorsal stream dysfunction, which can go unidentified in many.
  • Light Gazing
    Considering why some children with CVI gaze at bright lights.
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