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Smooth Pursuit vs Visual Scanning Therapy for Left Neglect (2014)

Kerkhoff, G., Bucher, L., Brasse, M., Leonhart, E., Holzgraefe, M., Völzke, V., ... Reinhart, S. (2014). Smooth Pursuit “Bedside” Training Reduces Disability and Unawareness During the Activities of Daily Living in Neglect. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 28(6), 554-563. doi:10.1177/1545968313517757

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The authors conducted a randomized controlled trial to compare the effects of smooth pursuit eye movement training (SPT) and visual scanning training (VST) in participants experiencing left neglect 1 month after an acute stroke. A synopsis of their c ...

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Brain InjuryVisual Impairment/NeglectVisual Processing