First Published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Contents: H. Liepmann, Section I:Apraxia. J. Lange, Section II:Agnosia and Apraxia. Optic Agnosia. Apraxia. J. Luwisch, Section III:Biographical Note on Otto Pötzl. H. Hoff, O. Pötzl, Anatomical Findings in a Case of Time Acceleration. H. Hoff, O. Pötzl, Transformations Between Body Image and External World. T. Luers, O. Pötzl, "Inverted Vision" Resulting from Injury: Contribution to Cerebrally Caused Visual Disorders. O. Pötzl, Pathophysiology of the Uncus-Syndrome and the Dreamlike Aura. O. Pötzl, Palinopsia (And Its Relationship to the Specific Performance of Occipital Cortical Fields. H. Hoff, O. Pötzl, Disorders of Depth Perception in Cerebral Metamorphopsia.
"...highly recommended to all those with a cultural interest in neurology who want to have their clinical horizons widened and desire to learn more about the contributions made by three pioneers to the foundation of the house of neurology in which so many of us now reside."
—Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
"Anyone in the field of neuropsychology interested in the problems of agnosia, apraxia, or both should read the papers collected and translated in this book."
"...achieves its intended goal to provide the clinician with a rich history of the case work of the pioneers in the fields of apraxia and agnosia....most appropriate for professionals with a knowledge of the current literature on apraxia and agnosia; the richness of the case studies would be of value to graduate students as well."
—Journal of Clinical Psychiatry