Temporal ranges of central nervous processing: clinical evidence

We investigated temporal epochs in perceiving, acting, and updating in patients with anterior and posterior lesions of the left and right hemisphere, in patients with lesions in the left hemisphere without aphasia, and in healthy controls

Nicole von Steinb├╝chel

2002

Scholarcy highlights

  • The organization of the time frames for perceiving, generating, and updating information in the CNS has as of yet received little attention despite its elementary character for human behavior
  • We investigated temporal epochs in perceiving, acting, and updating in patients with anterior and posterior lesions of the left and right hemisphere, in patients with lesions in the left hemisphere without aphasia, and in healthy controls
  • Our results support the notion of coordinated coexistence of different temporal mechanisms

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