Can we change our vantage point to explore imaginal neglect?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (2):184-185 (2002)

Abstract
Right brain-damaged patients with unilateral neglect, who ignore left-sided visual events, may also omit left-sided details when describing known places from memory. Modulating the orienting of visual attention may ameliorate imaginal neglect. A first step toward explaining these phenomena might be to postulate that space-related imagery is a cognitive activity involving attentional and intentional aspects.
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