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Two basic properties of space representation in the brain: evidence from unilateral neglect.
  1. E Bisiach,
  2. E Capitani,
  3. E Porta


    It is argued, on the grounds of earlier findings, that the neural substrate of egocentric space representation has analogue (non-symbolic) topo-topical properties. It is then argued from fresh evidence that space representation appears to be anchored to the sagittal midplane of the trunk and to the line of sight. A tentative reduction of the suggested properties of space representation to the neuro-physiological level is briefly outlined.

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