On the ubiquity of conscious–unconscious dissociations in neuropsychology
This chapter discusses some examples of neuropsychological defects in which awareness is disconnected from a capacity to discriminate or to remember or to attend or to read or to speak. Some of these are prosopagnosia, acquired dyslexia, aphasia, split-brain, and blindsight.
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