Thomas R. Van Den Abell

VA Medical Center, Orlando, Florida, Orlando, FL, United States 
Lateralization of Function, Traumatic Brain Injury
"Thomas Van Den Abell"

Ph.D. University of Florida, 1978
BS. Loyoal University, Chicago 1968

Mean distance: 14.65 (cluster 30)
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Valenstein E, Watson RT, Van den Abell T, et al. (1987) Response time in monkeys with unilateral neglect. Archives of Neurology. 44: 517-20
Valenstein E, Heilman KM, Watson RT, et al. (1982) Nonsensory neglect from parietotemporal lesions in monkeys. Neurology. 32: 1198-201
Bowers D, Heilman KM, Van Den Abell T. (1981) Hemispace-VHF compatibility. Neuropsychologia. 19: 757-65
Heilman KM, Van Den Abell T. (1980) Right hemisphere dominance for attention: the mechanism underlying hemispheric asymmetries of inattention (neglect). Neurology. 30: 327-30
Valenstein E, Van Den Abell T, Tankle R, et al. (1980) Apomorphine-induced turning after recovery from neglect induced by cortical lesions Neurology. 30: PP27
Heilman KM, Van Den Abell T. (1979) Right hemispheric dominance for mediating cerebral activation. Neuropsychologia. 17: 315-21
Fennell E, Satz P, Van Den Abell T, et al. (1978) Visuospatial competency, handedness, and cerebral dominance. Brain and Language. 5: 206-14
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