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||for the visuospatial task, participants imagined a star moving around four boxes and reported the final location after a series of directions.
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||in study 2, participants were required to attend to either no secondary task (control), a visuospatial secondary (star movement) task, or a nonspatial secondary (arithmetic) task, while straddling the obstacle for a delay duration of 20\xc2\xa0s, at obstacle heights of 12\xc2\xa0cm and 18\xc2\xa0cm, randomly presented.
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||all tasks were performed with and without a visuospatial (vs) attention task that involved visualizing a star moving within a 2\xe2\x80\xaf\xc3\x97\xe2\x80\xaf2 grid.
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||these tests differ substantially in their sensitivity, but the star cancellation and line bisection tasks are cited as the most sensitive measurements of visuospatial exploration.
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||the random shape cancellation test, star cancellation, and two line bisection tasks appeared to be the most sensitive tests of visuospatial neglect.
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||therefore, we have investigated the effects of one somatosensory stimulation technique, the cyclic pressure application (cpa), and have compared them with the effects of left transcutaneous electrical stimulation (tens) on the expression of left hemispatial neglect in 13 stroke patients, as assessed by two visuospatial exploration tasks: the star cancellation task and schenkenberg's line bisection task.