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A. Charnallet, S. Carbonnel, D. David, O. Moreaud, "Associative Visual Agnosia: A Case Study", Behavioural Neurology, vol. 19, Article ID 241753, 4 pages, 2008.

Associative Visual Agnosia: A Case Study

Received31 Mar 2008
Accepted31 Mar 2008


We report a case of massive associative visual agnosia. In the light of current theories of identification and semantic knowledge organization, a deficit involving both levels of structural description system and visual semantics must be assumed to explain the case. We suggest, in line with a previous case study [1], an alternative account in the framework of (non abstractive) episodic models of memory [4].

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