Tag: implicit awareness

BRNet 2018

At the Body Representation Network Workshop, held in Edinburgh, 29th June 2018, organized by Gianna Cocchini, Elisa Raffaella Ferre and Anna Sedda, Valentina Pacella presented her work “Neural Correlates of Anosognosia for Hemiplegia: A White Matter Disconnection Study”.

Anosognosia for apraxia: Experimental evidence for defective awareness of one’s own bucco-facial gestures

Authors Canzano L, Scandola M, Pernigo S, Aglioti SM, Moro V. Abstract Anosognosia is a multifaceted, neuro-psychiatric syndrome characterized by defective awareness of a variety of perceptuo-motor, cognitive or emotional deficits. The syndrome is also characterized by modularity, i.e. deficits…

The interaction between implicit and explicit awareness in anosognosia: emergent awareness.

Authors Moro V. Abstract The dissociation between implicit and explicit forms of awareness has been described in various neurological diseases. The way in which these forms of awareness integrate in order to permit the necessary unitary experience of self remains…