Anthony GM Canavan, DPhil

Affiliations: 
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
Area:
Neuropsychology
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Suchan B, Yágüez L, Wunderlich G, et al. (2002) Hemispheric dissociation of visual-pattern processing and visual rotation. Behavioural Brain Research. 136: 533-44
Suchan B, Yágüez L, Wunderlich G, et al. (2002) Neural correlates of visuospatial imagery. Behavioural Brain Research. 131: 163-8
Yágüez L, Canavan AG, Lange HW, et al. (1999) Motor learning by imagery is differentially affected in Parkinson's and Huntington's diseases. Behavioural Brain Research. 102: 115-27
Yágüez L, Nagel D, Hoffman H, et al. (1998) A mental route to motor learning: improving trajectorial kinematics through imagery training. Behavioural Brain Research. 90: 95-106
Seitz RJ, Canavan AG, Yágüez L, et al. (1997) Representations of graphomotor trajectories in the human parietal cortex: evidence for controlled processing and automatic performance. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 9: 378-89
Haeske-Dewick HC, Canavan AG, Hömberg V. (1996) Directional hyperattention in tactile neglect within grasping space. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 18: 724-32
Haeske-Dewick H, Canavan AG, Hömberg V. (1996) Sound localization in egocentric space following hemispheric lesions. Neuropsychologia. 34: 937-42
Haeske-Dewick HC, Canavan AGM, Hömberg V. (1996) New developments in the understanding and treatment of the hemispatial neglect syndrome Advances in Psychology. 116: 115-123
Zangemeister WH, Canavan AG, Hoemberg V. (1995) Frontal and parietal transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) disturbs programming of saccadic eye movements. Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 133: 42-52
Sprengelmeyer R, Canavan AG, Lange HW, et al. (1995) Associative learning in degenerative neostriatal disorders: contrasts in explicit and implicit remembering between Parkinson's and Huntington's diseases. Movement Disorders : Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society. 10: 51-65
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