Site Index Results for ‘ Posterior Parietal Lobes’
We have found 45 results across our website for keyword ‘Posterior Parietal Lobes’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.
Resource Posterior Parietal Visual Dysfunction Paper Publication explaining the role of the posterior parietal lobes, featuring several different case studies to build understanding. Resource Brain Locations List of CVIs that relate to damage in specific brain locations. Resource Dorsal Stream Dysfunction CVI Experience Introduction to simulation videos, created to try to show how dorsal stream dysfunction might be experienced. Resource 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. Resource 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. Document Simultanagnosia Spectrum Mixer-Board separating eight different experiences and behaviours relating to simultanagnostic vision, and looking at understanding the impact of their varying levels News Article Gordon Dutton’s Blog (5) Seeing from inside to out 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. News Article Posterior Parietal Visual Dysfunction Short feature explaining importance of paper on posterior parietal lobes, and link to the publication Resource Ranges of Lower Visual Field Impairments Paper Introduction to fascinating paper showing some of the different types of lower visual field impairment in children who have white matter damage due to premature birth. News Article Gordon Dutton’s Blog (7) CVI and locating sound 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.