- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Case History and Initial Findings
- 3 Impaired Processing of Visual Location and Orientation Information
- 4 Intact Processing of Nonvisual Location and Orientation Information
- 5 Spelling and the Visual Deficit
- 6 The Nature of the Deficit: Initial Conclusions
- 7 Effects of Visual Variables
- 8 A Paradox
- 9 Does AH's Deficit Affect Her Reading?
- 10 How Does AH Succeed at Reading?
- 11 Related Cases
- 12 Spatial Representations and Frames of Reference: Theoretical Foundations
- 13 Location Representations and Frames of Reference: Evidence from AH
- 14 Orientation Representations and Frames of Reference: The COR Hypothesis
- 15 Orientation Representations: Empirical Evidence
- 16 Visual Subsystems
- 17 Mental Imagery and the Visual System
- 18 Visual Updating and Visual Awareness
- 19 Conclusion
- Author Index
- Subject Index
- (p.269) 19 Conclusion
- Visual Reflections
- Oxford University Press
This chapter begins by summarizing the principal results and conclusions from the study, and discusses several unanswered questions. It then returns briefly to points made in the introductory chapter about the value of cognitive neuropsychological research and discuss the role of developmental deficits in cognitive neuropsychology. Finally, it provides an update on AH's status since the completion of the study.
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