Eye gaze and conscious processing in severely brain-injured patients

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (6):442 (2010)
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Abstract

Niedenthal et al. discuss the importance of eye gaze in embodied simulation and, more globally, in the processing of emotional visual stimulation (such as facial expression). In this commentary, we illustrate the relationship between oriented eye movements, consciousness, and emotion by using the case of severely brain-injured patients recovering from coma (i.e., vegetative and minimally conscious patients)

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