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  1. Visual Agnosia, Second Edition (Bradford Books) by Martha J. Farah, 2004-05-01
  2. To See But Not To See: A Case Study Of Visual Agnosia by Glyn W. Humphreys Birkbeck CollegeUniversity of London; M. Jane Riddoch North East London Polytechnic., HumphreysGlyn W.; RiddochM. Jane, 1987-12-01
  3. Speech Disorders. Aphasia, Apraxia and Agnosia. by Sir Russell Brain, 1961
  4. Readings in agnosia (Special education series)
  5. Pointing to places and spaces in a patient with visual form agnosia [An article from: Neuropsychologia] by D.P. Carey, H.C. Dijkerman, et all 2006-01
  6. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Agnosia: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-12
  7. Speech Disorders: Aphasia, Apraxia and Agnosia by Lord Brain, 1965
  8. Agnosia and Apraxia: Selected Papers of Liepmann, Lange, and Ptzl (Institute for Research in Behavioral Neuroscience Series) by Jason W. Brown, 1988-10-01
  9. Aphasia, apraxia, and agnosia;: Clinical and theoretical aspects, by Jason W Brown, 1972
  10. Impact of Divorce, Single Parenting and Stepparenting on Children: A Case Study of Visual Agnosia
  11. Agnosia: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders</i> by Hannah, MSc Hoag, 2005
  12. Gathering In The Ocean Abandoned Lore Of Agnosia by Jason Hoare Batty, 2009-09-21
  13. No double-dissociation between optic ataxia and visual agnosia: Multiple sub-streams for multiple visuo-manual integrations [An article from: Neuropsychologia] by L. Pisella, F. Binkofski, et all 2006-01
  14. A familial factor in the development of colour agnosia [An article from: Neuropsychologia] by T.C.W. Nijboer, M.J.E. van Zandvoort, et all 2007-01

1. NINDS Agnosia Information Page
Information sheet compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).Category Health Conditions and Diseases Rare Disorders agnosia......agnosia information page compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disordersand Stroke (NINDS). NINDS agnosia Information Page Reviewed 225-2003
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Table of Contents (click to jump to sections) What is Agnosia?
Is there any treatment?

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What research is being done? ... Organizations What is Agnosia? Agnosia is a rare disorder characterized by an inability to recognize and identify objects or persons despite having knowledge of the characteristics of the objects or persons. People with agnosia may have difficulty recognizing the geometric features of an object or face or may be able to perceive the geometric features but not know what the object is used for or whether a face is familiar or not. Agnosia can be limited to one sensory modality such as vision or hearing. For example, a person may have difficulty in recognizing an object as a cup or identifying a sound as a cough. Agnosia can result from strokes, dementia, or other neurological disorders. It typically results from damage to specific brain areas in the occipital or parietal lobes of the brain. People with agnosia may retain their cognitive abilities in other areas.

2. Visual Agnosia
List of features for this disorder.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Rare Disorders agnosia......Visual agnosia. Apperceptive Visual agnosia Cannot recognise by shape.Cannot copy drawings. Often involves ‘Prosopagnosia’. Associative
Visual Agnosia
    Apperceptive Visual Agnosia
  • Cannot recognise by shape
  • Cannot copy drawings
  • Often involves ‘Prosopagnosia’ Associative Visual Agnosia
  • Can copy but unaware what it is
  • Difficulty in transferring visual info to verbal mechanisms Copy Draw Paul Graham Morris
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agnosia AUDITIVA. Por Néstor Antonio Pardo Rodríguez.
AGNOSIA AUDITIVA Teléfono (505) - 7522357 Condega, Nicaragua. AGNOSIA AUDITIVA Es claro que este tipo de AGNOSIA Las sensaciones pueden ser clasificadas en tres grupos principales: externas (exteroceptivas), internas (propioceptivas) y especiales (interoceptivas). LA PERDIDA AUDITIVA excluye AGNOSIA disacusia CAUSAS DE LAS PERDIDAS AUDITIVAS hereditarias laberintitis mastoiditis laberintitis es siempre el primer paso hacia la meningitis. Este autor indica que es rara una meningitis Para Fraser (1976), la sordera posterior a la meningitis AGNOSIA AGNOSIA AUDITIVA Puede dividirse en:
  • AGNOSIA AUDITIVA VERBAL: se refiere a cuando la persona no logra identificar, discriminar y comprender los sonidos del discurso hablado ("sordera de palabras"). AGNOSIA AUDITIVA NO VERBAL: se refiere a la dificultad de la persona para identificar y discriminar ciertos sonidos que no pertenecen al habla (agnosia auditiva selectiva). Es debida a lesiones temporales bilaterales. AGNOSIA AUDITIVA GENERALIZADA: se refiere tanto a los sonidos del habla, como a los o no orales (no verbales).
La AGNOSIA AUDITIVA puede hacer parte de una:
  • AGNOSIA MIXTA: En la cual se encuentran involucrados varios canales sensoriales.

5. Agnosia
When a person can perceive the basic elements of a familiar object or experience, but can not recognize them.

6. E-Doc: Agnosia
Medical Dictionary. agnosia
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  • Loss of ability to comprehend the meaning of sensory stimulation, such as auditory, visual, olfactory, tactile, and gustatory sensations.
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7. Agnosia
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8. Visual Agnosia
First Previous Next Last Index Home Text. Slide 17 of 24.

A general discussion about primary visual agnosia along with some resources.

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11. Visual
agnosia in Detail Case Studies Links References. agnosia (fromthe Greek word for lack of knowledge ) means the inability to
"Agnosia (from the Greek word for "lack of knowledge") means the inability to
recognize objects when using a given sense, even though that sense is
basically intact." (Nolte, 1999)
The part of the brain which is usually damage in patients with object agnosia is usually the occipital the red area) or inferotemporal cortex (the yellow area)
Date created: March 25, 2001

12. Agnosia In Detail
Forms of agnosia. There are basically three different forms of visualagnosia, one where the person has difficultly recognizing objects
Forms of Agnosia There are basically three different forms of visual agnosia, one where the person has difficultly recognizing objects (e.g. D.F. and Dr. P. ), one where the person has difficulty recognizing faces (e.g. the man who mistook his wife for a hat, Dr. P. ) and one where the person has difficulty recognizing words (e.g. D.F. A person with object agnosia, "for example, would be unable to recognize common objects by sight, even though the visual fields were perfectly intact and even though the ability to recognize the same objects using other senses (such as hearing or touch) might be intact." (Nolte, 1999)
Visual Streams Affected Agnosia is manifested as a disorder of the ventral stream, which is used to identify objects and perceive allocentric space (where objects are located with respect to other objects). The dorsal stream remains intact, this stream is involved in the control of movement and the perception of egocentric space (where objects are with respect to the perceivers position).

13. Agnosia
Website Frontpage, agnosia and Related Terms. agnosia, APHASIA, APRAXIAand Related Terms for Cognitive, Behavioral and Neurological Disorders
Professor Mark Dubin - University of Colorado Website Frontpage Agnosia and Related Terms AGNOSIA, APHASIA, APRAXIA and Related Terms for Cognitive, Behavioral and Neurological Disorders These terms describe altered states that are associated with brain injury ( e.g ., trauma, stroke, tumor) or with developmental deficits. Although the list deals with primarily CNS-associated disorders, in some cases the term does not distinguish between a CNS cause or a peripheral or neuromuscular cause. Terms that are primarily psychiatric diagnoses ( e.g ., schizophrenia) are not included. AGNOSIA is a general term for a loss of ability to recognize objects, people, sounds, shapes, or smells; that is, the inability to attach appropriate meaning to objective sense-data. It usually is used when the primary sense organ involved is not impaired. APHASIA is a general term relating to a loss of language ability. APRAXIA is a general term for disorders of practice. These conditions are usually caused by brain injury due to trauma, stroke and/or tumor. Many of these terms have two synonymous forms that differ in whether the word starts with a- or with dys- such as a lexia and dys lexia. Here the

14. Higher Integrative Functions
agnosia, Book, Home Definition Not due to primary sensory deficit;Sensory interpretation deficit Auditory agnosia; Gustatory agnosia;
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15. Review Of Martha Farah, Visual Agnosia
Review of Martha Farah, Visual agnosia. Philosophical Psychology, 7(1), 1994, 12629. Commonsense says that visual agnosia is impossible. It ought not exist.
Review of Martha Farah, Visual Agnosia
Philosophical Psychology, 7(1), 1994, 126-29
Martha Farah, Visual Agnosia: Disorders of Object Recognition and What They Tell Us about Normal Vision (MIT Press, Bradford Books, 1990). Austen Clark
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Storrs, CT 06269-2054 Martha Farah has cast considerable light into the darkness with her book Visual Agnosia: Disorders of Object Recognition and What They Tell Us about Normal Vision (MIT Press, Bradford Books, 1990. Page references to that volume.) This is, literally, a wonderful book: filled with perceptions of things marvellous and (apparently) inexplicable. It is invigorating to see how steadfast empiricism and contemporary cognitive neuroscience can clear up parts of the mystery. Aside from the intrinsic interest of the subject matter, the book provides a case-study of how cognitive neuroscientists can successfully go about their business. After cleaning up taxonomy, the second step to clarity is to discard the common sense model of visual recognition as a process of matching sensory inputs directly to concepts. The interpretive chapters in Visual Agnosia There are some loose ends. It is unclear what it means to say simultanagnosics can perceive just "one object" at a time. It is unsettling to find that dorsal simultanagnosics can perceive the shape of one object, and spatial relations among parts of one object, but not spatial relations among several objects. Some clinical syndromes remain paradoxical even after one absorbs the idea of "higher level" visual representations. Optic aphasia is the prime example. Patients specifically lack the ability to

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agnosia. Click Here. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T UV W X Y Z Books Credits. Failure to recognize or identify objects
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18. Neurologic Manifestations
On Synesthesia. agnosia agnosia Univ of Waterloo (CA); Definitionsof agnosia and Related Terms M Dubin - Univ of Colorado; agnosia
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19. Agnosia, Apraxia And Ataxia Related Books
agnosia, Apraxia and Ataxia Related Books To See but Not to See A CaseStudy of Visual agnosia by Glyn W. Humphreys, M. Jane Riddoch
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