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We have found 36 results across our website for keyword ‘Posterior Parietal Lobes’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • 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.
  • Simultanagnosia Spectrum Mixer-Board
    separating eight different experiences and behaviours relating to simultanagnostic vision, and looking at understanding the impact of their varying levels
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (5)
    For every child with cerebral visual impairment their brains contain their own ‘normal’ virtual re-creation of their realities, and we cannot use what we see as a way of understanding what they see.
  • Posterior Parietal Visual Dysfunction
    Short feature explaining importance of paper on posterior parietal lobes, and link to the publication
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (7)
    During the last decade of seeing both adults and children with a wide range of types of CVI, I’ve repeatedly heard the story that those affected cannot easily tell where voices are coming from. 
  • Issue 2 April 24 2017
    Copy of our second newsletter, sent out on 24 April 2017.
  • Gordon Dutton’s Blog (11)
    Gordon Dutton considers challenges children with CVI may have in relation to understanding and locating sounds, and asks the question "Could cerebral visual impairment be associated with cerebral auditory impairment too?"
  • CVI Pathway Introduction
    An introduction to the CVI Pathway, helping create individualised understanding of a particular person affected by cvi
  • CVI & DCD (Developmental Coordination Disorder) Paper
    Introduction to a paper considering how and why CVI and DCD (developmental coordination disorder) can sometimes get mixed up.
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