• Agnosia
  • Agnosia

    Agnosia: Top KOLs in the world

    Elizabeth Kerr Warrington #1
    Elizabeth Kerr Warrington
    Dementia Research Centre, UCL Institute of Neurology, Queen
    Known for Selective Impairment | Object Recognition | Semantic Dementia | Amnesic Patients | Posterior Cortical Atrophy
    Glyn William Humphreys #2
    Glyn William Humphreys
    Oxford University, Oxford OX1 2JD, UK | Department of Experi
    Known for Neuropsychological Evidence | Object Recognition | Preview Benefit | Selective Attention | Visual Search

    M Jane Riddoch #3
    M Jane Riddoch
    University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology,
    Known for Visual Agnosia | Motor Neglect | Object Constancy | Neuropsychological Evidence | Living Things
    Arthur David Milner #4
    Arthur David Milner
    Department of Psychology, Durham University, Durham, United
    Known for Visual Form | Prism Adaptation | Dorsal Stream | Superior Colliculus | Optic Ataxia
    Ennio De Renzi #5
    Ennio De Renzi
    Department of Neurology, University of Modena, Italy | Clini
    Known for Braindamaged Patients | Oral Apraxia | Token Test | Visual Neglect | Hemispheric Locus
    Melvyn Alan Goodale #6
    Melvyn Alan Goodale
    The Brain and Mind Institute, Western University, London, On
    Known for Visual Feedback | Binocular Vision | Size Constancy | Superior Colliculus | Ventral Stream
    H Lissauer #7
    H Lissauer
    Psychiatrischen Klinik zu Breslau, Polen
    Known for Nebst Beitrage
    D Frank Benson #8
    D Frank Benson
    Department of Neurology, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA | From the M
    Known for Frontotemporal Dementia | Visual Agnosia | Conduction Aphasia | Frontal Lobes | Posterior Cortical Atrophy
    Martha J Farah #9
    Martha J Farah
    Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, 3710 H
    Known for Mental Imagery | Living Things | Semantic Memory | Executive Function | Socioeconomic Status
    Antonio R Damasio #10
    Antonio R Damasio
    Brain and Creativity Institute, Dornsife College of Letters,
    Known for Prefrontal Cortex | Music Training | Human Amygdala | Neural Basis | Alzheimers Disease

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    Recently Asked Questions

    Agnosia Agnosia is a neurological condition that prevents people from recognizing objects, faces, or sounds. People with agnosia may be able to see or hear things...