Originally published in 1989, this sourcebook for anatomic studies in the neuropsychology of visual perception contains chapters on disorders of visual agnosias, impaired object perception and spatial neglect, and abnormal visual imagery. The neurological basis of visual perception and the disorders that result from brain damage are discussed. At the time the chapters in this volume constituted a state of the art survey in this area and provided data that were essential for the development of models of normal image and object formation.
Preface. Part 1: Organization of Visual Cortex 1. Changing Concepts of Visual Cortex Organization in Primates Jon H. Kaas Part 2: Disorders of Object Perception 2. Cerebral Disturbances of Elementary Visual Functions J. Zihl 3. Disorders of Visual Gnosis D. Frank Benson 4. Finding the Way Around Topographical Impairments M.J. Riddoch & G.W. Humphreys 5. Visuomotor Ataxia Pierre Rondot Part 3: Neglect 6. Components of Visual Attention Disrupted in Unilateral Neglect Guido Gainotti, Patrizia D’Erme & Caterina De Bonis 7. Unilateral Misrepresentation of Distributed Information: Paradoxes and Puzzles Edoardo Bisiach & Anna Berti Part 4: Disorders of Visual Imagery 8. Comments on Some Positive Visual Phenomena Caused by Diseases of the Brain Lawrence Jacobs 9. The Neuropsychology of Mental Imagery Martha J. Farah 10. A Dual Coding Perspective on Imagery and the Brain Allan Paivio Part 5: Theoretical Issues 11. Taxonomy of the Subjective: An Evolutionary Perspective Ernst Pöppel 12. Essay on Perception Jason W. Brown. Author Index. Subject Index.