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Neuropsychology of Eye Movement

Edited by Cris W. Johnston, Francis J. Pirozzolo

Psychology Press – 1988 – 296 pages

Series: Neuropsychology and Neurolinguistics Series

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    978-0-89859-796-7
    March 31st 1988

Description

First Published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Reviews

"The book can be highly recommended as a sample of the wide range of clinically motivated eye movement work….Eye movement recording techniques and the accompanying analyses offer a powerful new tool to the clinician as well as a new source of understanding to the researchers."

Bruce Bridgeman

University of California

Contents

Contents: C. Johnston, Introduction. J. Wirtschafter, A. Weingarden, Neurophysiology and Central Pathways in Oculomotor Control: Saccadic and Pursuit Eye Movements. L. Hainline, Normal Lifespan Developmental Changes in Saccadic and Pursuit Eye Movements. F. Pirozzolo, K. Rayner, Dyslexia: The Role of Eye Movements in Developmental Reading Disabilities. L. Abel, R. Hertle, Effects of Psychoactive Drugs on Ocular Motor Behavior. W. Iacono, Eye Movement Abnormalities in Schizophrenic and Affective Disorders. M. Kuskowski, Eye Movements in Progressive Cerebral Neurological Diseases. E. De Renzi, Oculomotor Disturbances in Hemispheric Disease. W. Hubor, G. L er, U. Lass, Eye Movement Behavior in Aphasia. C. Johnston, Eye Movements in Visual Hemi-Neglect. D. Fisher, The Last Chapter: All About What Has Gone Before.

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