All Relations between visuospatial and face detection

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Madeline H Garvey, Tiffany Nash, J Shane Kippenhan, Philip Kohn, Carolyn B Mervis, Daniel P Eisenberg, Jean Ye, Michael D Gregory, Karen F Berma. Contrasting neurofunctional correlates of face- and visuospatial-processing in children and adolescents with Williams syndrome: convergent results from four fMRI paradigms. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-05-05. PMID:38705917. in contrast, during both face processing tasks, but not during the visuospatial tasks, we found fusiform hyperactivation. 2024-05-05 2024-05-08 Not clear
Bruno Rossion, Aliette Loch. Is human face recognition lateralized to the right hemisphere due to neural competition with left-lateralized visual word recognition? A critical review. Brain structure & function. 2021-11-03. PMID:34731327. according to a long-standing view, the evolution of language, which is typically substantiated in the left hemisphere, competes with the cortical space in that hemisphere available for visuospatial processes, including face recognition. 2021-11-03 2023-08-13 human
Richard A Armstron. Visual Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease. International review of neurobiology. vol 134. 2018-04-27. PMID:28805589. in addition, disturbance of visuospatial orientation, facial recognition problems, rapid eye movement (rem) sleep behavior disorder, and chronic visual hallucinations may be present. 2018-04-27 2023-08-13 Not clear
Jo Van Herwege. Williams syndrome and its cognitive profile: the importance of eye movements. Psychology research and behavior management. vol 8. 2015-06-17. PMID:26082669. people with williams syndrome (ws), a rare neurodevelopmental disorder that is caused by a deletion on the long arm of chromosome 7, often show an uneven cognitive profile with participants performing better on language and face recognition tasks, in contrast to visuospatial and number tasks. 2015-06-17 2023-08-13 human
Dahlia W Zaide. Split-brain, the right hemisphere, and art: fact and fiction. Progress in brain research. vol 204. 2014-04-07. PMID:24041316. right hemisphere specialization for visuospatial functions and facial processing was confirmed with these patients. 2014-04-07 2023-08-12 Not clear
Inna Fishman, Rowena Ng, Ursula Bellug. Neural processing of race by individuals with Williams syndrome: do they show the other-race effect? (And why it matters). Social neuroscience. vol 7. issue 4. 2012-09-17. PMID:22022973. williams syndrome (ws) is a genetic condition with a distinctive social phenotype characterized by excessive sociability accompanied by a relative proficiency in face recognition, despite severe deficits in the visuospatial domain of cognition. 2012-09-17 2023-08-12 human
Janette Atkinson, Oliver Braddic. From genes to brain development to phenotypic behavior: "dorsal-stream vulnerability" in relation to spatial cognition, attention, and planning of actions in Williams syndrome (WS) and other developmental disorders. Progress in brain research. vol 189. 2011-08-05. PMID:21489394. we initially proposed a model of spatial deficits in williams syndrome (ws) in which visual abilities subserved by the ventral stream, such as face recognition, are relatively well developed (although not necessarily in exactly the same way as in typical development), whereas dorsal-stream functions, such as visuospatial actions, are markedly impaired. 2011-08-05 2023-08-12 human
R A Armstron. Visual symptoms in Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's disease. vol 2011. 2011-07-14. PMID:21687773. in addition, there may be disturbances of visuospatial orientation, facial recognition problems, and chronic visual hallucinations. 2011-07-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
Brianna M Paul, Abraham Z Snyder, Frank Haist, Marcus E Raichle, Ursula Bellugi, Joan Stile. Amygdala response to faces parallels social behavior in Williams syndrome. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience. vol 4. issue 3. 2009-11-06. PMID:19633063. individuals with williams syndrome (ws), a genetically determined disorder, show relatively strong face-processing abilities despite poor visuospatial skills and depressed intellectual function. 2009-11-06 2023-08-12 human
Daniel Tranel, Eduardo Vianna, Kenneth Manzel, Hanna Damasio, Thomas Grabowsk. Neuroanatomical correlates of the Benton Facial Recognition Test and Judgment of Line Orientation Test. Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology. vol 31. issue 2. 2009-07-09. PMID:19051129. two of the most successful and widely used tests developed by arthur benton and colleagues are the facial recognition test (frt) and judgment of line orientation test (jlo), which probe visuoperceptual and visuospatial functions typically associated with right hemisphere structures, especially parietal, occipitoparietal, and occipitotemporal structures. 2009-07-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
Richard A Armstron. Visual signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Clinical & experimental optometry. vol 91. issue 2. 2008-08-05. PMID:18271776. in addition, there may be psychophysical changes, disturbances of complex visual functions such as visuospatial orientation and facial recognition, and chronic visual hallucinations. 2008-08-05 2023-08-12 Not clear
Brianna M Paul, Joan Stiles, Alessandra Passarotti, Nasim Bavar, Ursula Bellug. Face and place processing in Williams syndrome: evidence for a dorsal-ventral dissociation. Neuroreport. vol 13. issue 9. 2002-09-10. PMID:12151752. individuals with williams syndrome (wms) show an interesting dissociation of ability within the visuospatial domain, particularly between face perception and other visuospatial tasks. 2002-09-10 2023-08-12 human
H A Demaree, E A Gaudino, J DeLuca, J H Ricke. Learning impairment is associated with recall ability in multiple sclerosis. Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology. vol 22. issue 6. 2001-06-14. PMID:11320441. to control for group differences in information acquisition, healthy controls (hcs) and persons with multiple sclerosis (ms) were trained to specific learning criteria on both verbal (i.e., paragraph learning and paired associates) and visuospatial (i.e., facial recognition) memory tasks. 2001-06-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
D Van Lancke. Rags to riches: our increasing appreciation of cognitive and communicative abilities of the human right cerebral hemisphere. Brain and language. vol 57. issue 1. 1997-05-19. PMID:9126403. studies of right hemisphere abilities have grown from focusing on visuospatial and facial recognition in the 1950s to covering a broad spectrum of human behavior. 1997-05-19 2023-08-12 human
I Daum, H Ackerman. Frontal-type memory impairment associated with thalamic damage. The International journal of neuroscience. vol 77. issue 3-4. 1995-02-03. PMID:7814212. a 64-year old patient who had suffered an ischemic lesion limited to the right anterior thalamus showed marked deficits in immediate and delayed recall of visuospatial material and face recognition. 1995-02-03 2023-08-12 Not clear