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Visual perception and frontal lobe in intellectual disabilities : a study with evoked potentials and neuropsychology

By: Munoz-Ruata, J.
Contributor(s): Caro-Martinez, E | Martinez Perez, L | et al.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54 (12) 2010: 1116-1129.Publisher: 2010Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | VISUAL PERCEPTION | NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONINGSummary: Notes that perception disorders are frequently observed in persons with ID and their influence on cognition has been discussed. Presents a study whose objective is to clarify the mechanisms behind these alterations by analysing the visual event related potentials early component, the N1 wave, which is related to perception alterations in several pathologies.
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Notes that perception disorders are frequently observed in persons with ID and their influence on cognition has been discussed. Presents a study whose objective is to clarify the mechanisms behind these alterations by analysing the visual event related potentials early component, the N1 wave, which is related to perception alterations in several pathologies.

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