Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The ipsilesional attention bias in right-hemisphere stroke patients as revealed by a realistic visual search task: Neuroanatomical correlates and functional relevance.

Objective: Right-hemisphere stroke may cause an ipsilesional attention bias and left hemispatial neglect. Computerized time-limited tasks are more sensitive than conventional paper–pencil tests in detecting these spatial attention deficits. However, th…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: What’s left for balanced bilinguals? Language proficiency and item familiarity affect left-hemisphere specialization in metaphor processing.

Objective: To characterize the hemispheric processing of metaphors in bilinguals compared with monolinguals and to determine the role of language proficiency in hemispheric lateralization. Method: Fifty-seven English-dominant Spanish-English bilinguals…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Asymmetrical distractibility of global and focal visuospatial attention during segmental and total compound line bisections.

Background/Objectives: Compound horizontal lines are composed of 2 segments of unequal length and width. Line bisection requires that the participants attend to the entire line (global attention). The longer segment often distracts participants, sugges…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Visuoconstructive abilities and visuospatial memory in autism spectrum disorder without intellectual disability: Is the role of local bias specific to the cognitive domain tested?

Objective: Visuospatial processing in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) without intellectual disability remains only partly understood. The aim of the present study was to investigate global versus local visuospatial processing in individuals with ASD, co…

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