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Selective impairment of topographical memory: a single case study.
  1. A M Whiteley,
  2. E K Warrington


    We describe a patient who developed topographical memory loss after a closed head injury. His symptoms and the psychological test results indicate a selective deficit of topographical memory, his perceptual and spatial skills being relatively unimpaired.

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