M Jane Riddoch
University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford, OX2 6GG, United Kingdom | Department of Experimental Psychology, University ...
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University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford, OX2 6GG, United Kingdom
Laboratory for Communication Science, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong; Department of Experimental Psychology, Division of Medical Science, University of Oxford, Oxford, UKView further author information
University of Oxford.
Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham
Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford UniversityOxford, UK
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, South Parks Road, Oxford, UK
Behavioural Brain Sciences, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Behavioural Brain Sciences Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Behavioural Brain Sciences Centre, The University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Brain and Behavioural Sciences, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Behavioural Brain Sciences Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
a University of Birmingham , UK
Brain and Behavioural Sciences Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
Brain and Behavioural Sciences Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK.
MJ Riddoch, PhD, MCSP, is Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham
School of Psychology, Brain and Behavioural Sciences Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
Behavioural and Brain Sciences Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, B15 2TT, Birmingham, UK
Cognitive Science Research Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK, GB
Cognitive Science Research Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England
Queen Elizabeth Psychiatric Hospital, Birmingham, UK
Cognitive Science Research Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, U.K.
University of Birmingham, Birmingham
Cognitive Science Research Centre, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham UK
Cognitive Neuropsychology Research Group, Birkbeck College, University of London, London, England
Laboratoire de Neuropsychologie Expérimentale, INSERM U 94 and Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, France
Department of Paramedical Sciences, North East London Polytechnic.
Department of Paramedical Sciences North East London Polytechnic Romford Road London E15
Department of Psychology, Birkbeck College, University of London, London, U.K.
Department of Psychology, Birkbeck College, University of London, Malet Street, London, U.K.
Department of Psychology, Birkbeck College, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX, U.K.
Prominent publications by M Jane Riddoch
Cognitive assessments after stroke are typically short form tests developed for dementia that generates pass/fail classifications (e.g. the MoCA). The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS) provides a domain-specific cognitive profile designed for stroke survivors. This study compared the use of the MoCA and the OCS in acute stroke with respect to symptom specificity and aspects of clinical utility. A cross-sectional study with a consecutive sample of 200 stroke patients within 3 weeks of stroke ...
|Known for Acute Stroke | Moca Ocs | Cognitive Impairments | Clinical Utility | Consecutive Sample|
PURPOSE: The syndrome of unilateral neglect following stroke is associated with poor outcome and presents significant challenges to those providing therapy for affected individuals. In contrast to a number of reviews which have recently appeared in therapy and rehabilitation journals relating to sensory aspects of neglect, this review focuses on 'motor neglect'.
SEARCH STRATEGY: We searched the clinical and scientific literature for papers concerning motor neglect. The search included ...
|Known for Motor Neglect | Rehabilitation Stroke | Movement Therapy | Brain Lesion | Disorders Recovery|
The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS): Validation of a Stroke-Specific Short Cognitive Screening Tool
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There is currently no existing freely available short screen for cognitive problems that targets stroke survivors specifically. We have developed a short cognitive screen, the Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS), to be completed in 15-20 min, designed for use with stroke patients. To maximize inclusion, the test is aphasia- and neglect friendly and covers domains of cognition where deficits frequently occur after stroke, including apraxia and unilateral neglect as well as memory, language, ...
|Known for Oxford Cognitive Screen | Stroke Survivors | Executive Function | Normative Data | Cognitive Problems|
We discuss evidence indicating that human visual attention is strongly modulated by the potential of objects for action. The possibility of action between multiple objects enables the objects to be attended as a single group, and the fit between individual objects in a group and the action that can be performed influences responses to group members. In addition, having a goal state to perform a particular action affects the stimuli that are selected along with the features and area of ...
|Known for Objects Action | Psychological Dominance | Visual Attention | Assisted Imaging | Evoked Potentials|
On the Links between Visual Knowledge and Naming: a Single Case Study of a Patient with a Category-specific Impairment for Living Things
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Why living things, such as animals, fruit, and vegetables, can pose recognition or naming problems compared to nonliving things for certain patients has intrigued neuropsychologists for a number of years. We report a further case study of a patient (SRB) with a category-specific impairment in naming living things, which occurred in naming from vision, taste, touch, and when auditory definitions stressed the visual properties of objects. In addition, SRB was particularly poor at ...
|Known for Living Things | Visual Knowledge | Specific Impairment | Semantic Memory | Naming Problems|
The central role of the temporo-parietal junction and the superior longitudinal fasciculus in supporting multi-item competition: Evidence from lesion-symptom mapping of extinction
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The present study examined the relations between the lesions linked to visual and tactile extinction (VE and TE), and those related to visual field defects and spatial neglect. Continuous variations in patients' performance were used to assess the link between behavioural scores and integrity of both grey and white matter (GM and WM). We found both common and distinct neural substrates associated with extinction and neglect. Damage to angular and middle occipital gyri, superior temporal ...
|Known for Spatial Neglect | Parietal Junction | Longitudinal Fasciculus | White Matter | Temporal Lobe|
Grouping Processes in Visual Search: Effects With Single- and Combined-Feature Targets
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We report evidence for spatially parallel visual search for targets defined by combinations of form elements in visual search. In Section 1, we show that flat search functions occur for combined-form targets when distractor forms are homogeneous and can be grouped together, thus segmenting the target from the distractors. Introducing heterogeneous distractors lessens distractor grouping and can produce serial search. These results cannot be easily attributed to subjects' use of local ...
|Known for Visual Search | Grouping Processes | Form Perception | Combined Feature | Object Description|
Routes to Object Constancy: Implications from Neurological Impairments of Object Constancy
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Previous studies have established the existence of neurological impairments of object constancy: the ability to recognize that an object has the same structure across changes in its retinal projection. Five case studies of brain-damaged patients with deficits in achieving object constancy are reported. To test object constancy, patients discriminated two photographs of a target object, taken from different views, from a photograph of a visually similar distractor object. Four patients ...
|Known for Object Constancy | Neurological Impairments | Principal Axis | Case Studies | Double Dissociation|
How to Define an Object: Evidence from the Effects of Action on Perception and Attention
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Abstract: We present work demonstrating that the nature of an object for our visual system depends on the actions we are programming and on the presence of action relations between stimuli. For example, patients who show visual extinction are more likely to become aware of two objects if the objects fall in appropriate visual locations for a common action. This effect of the action relations between objects is modulated both by the familiarity of the positioning of the objects for ...
|Known for Objects Action | Visual Extinction | Perceptual Properties | Relations Stimuli | Perception Attention|
Expression is computed separately from facial identity, and it is computed separately for moving and static faces: Neuropsychological evidence
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We report data contrasting the processing of facial identity from static photographs, and facial expression from static and moving images, in two patients with face processing impairments. One patient is markedly impaired at perceiving facial identity and he is poor at discriminating facial expression and gender from static photographs of faces. In contrast, he performs normally when required to make judgements of facial expression and gender to faces depicted by sets of moving light ...
|Known for Facial Identity | Static Faces | Neuropsychological Evidence | Emotional Expression | Separate Processes|
Parallel Pattern Processing and Visual Agnosia
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A series of visual search experiments are reported examining pattern processing in a visual agnosic patient. We examined search for targets defined by: (I) the combination of their features relative to homogeneous distractors; (2) the combination of their features relative to heterogeneous distractors; and (3) a single feature difference relative to the distractors (their orientation). Normal subjects demonstrate evidence of spatially parallel search when combined-feature targets are ...
|Known for Visual Agnosia | Distractors Targets | Display Size | Agnosic Patient | Parallel Search|
Neuropsychological Evidence for Visual- and Motor-Based Affordance: Effects of Reference Frame and Object–Hand Congruence
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Two experiments are reported that use patients with visual extinction to examine how visual attention is influenced by action information in images. In Experiment 1 patients saw images of objects that were either correctly or incorrectly colocated for action, with the objects held by hands that were congruent or incongruent with those used premorbidly by the patients. The images were also shown from a 1st- and 3rd-person perspective. There was an overall reduction in extinction for ...
|Known for Objects Action | Reference Frame | Visual Extinction | Experiment Effects | Attention Brain|
Test–retest stability of three tests for unilateral visual neglect in patients with stroke: Star Cancellation, Line Bisection, and the Baking Tray Task
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Unilateral visual neglect, an attentional disorder, might show variability on repeated testing. This study investigated test–retest stability in elderly patients post-stroke, 85 with and 83 without neglect. Subjects repeated three common clinical tests for neglect within the hour; the Star Cancellation Test (SCT), Line Bisection (LB) and the Baking Tray Task (BTT). Data analysis indicated good to excellent test repeatability in subjects without neglect. For subjects with neglect, ...
|Known for Unilateral Visual Neglect | Star Cancellation | Baking Tray Task | Repeated Testing | Attentional Disorder|
Perceptual and Action Systems in Unilateral Visual Neglect
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In this chapter we review three different accounts of unilateral neglect: one maintaining that neglect is due to early visual processing deficits; one maintaining that neglect is due to a disorder of an internal representation of space; and one maintaining that neglect is due to a disorder of visual attention. An attentional view of neglect is elaborated in which neglect is attributed to a breakdown in the processes enabling stimul on the contralateral side of space to a lesion to ...
|Known for Visual Neglect | Spatial Cueing | “ Attentional | Internal Representation | Search Strategy|
Anti-extinction occurs when there is poor report of a single stimulus presented on the contralesional side of space, but better report of the same item when it occurs concurrently with a stimulus on the ipsilesional side (Goodrich & Ward, 1997). We report a series of experiments that examine the factors that lead to anti-extinction in a patient GK, who has bilateral parietal lesions but more impaired identification of left-side stimuli. We show a pattern of anti-extinction when stimuli ...
|Known for Extinction Stimuli | Neuropsychological Evidence | Visual Field | Temporal Binding | Stimulus Presented|
M Jane Riddoch: Influence Statistics
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M Jane Riddoch:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichM Jane Riddochhas direct influence:Motor neglect, Neuropsychological evidence, Visual selection, Object constancy, Objects action, Visual agnosia, Unilateral neglect, Unilateral visual neglect.
M Jane Riddoch:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which M Jane Riddoch has influence:Visual search, Object recognition, Spatial neglect, Semantic memory, Stroke patients, Prism adaptation, Facial expressions.
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