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Case report : selective deficit in the production of intransitive gestures in an individual with autism

Stieglitz Ham, Heidi and Bartolo, Angela and Corley, Martin and Swanson, Sara and Rajendran, Gnanathusharan (2010) Case report : selective deficit in the production of intransitive gestures in an individual with autism. Cortex, 46 (3). pp. 407-409. ISSN 0010-9452

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Abstract

Left-hemisphere brain damage may result in limb apraxia, a deficit in the processing of gestures ([Rothi et al., 1991] and Cubelli et al., 2000 R. Cubelli, C. Marchetti, G. Boscolo and S. Della Sala, Cognition in action: Testing a model of limb apraxia, Brain and Cognition 44 (2000), pp. 144-165. Abstract | PDF (353 K) | View Record in Scopus | Cited By in Scopus (53)[Cubelli et al., 2000]) which may be transitive (i.e., actual object use), intransitive (i.e., communicative), pantomime (i.e., a gestures that describe the object use), or meaningless gestures (i.e., arbitrary gestures that have no semantics).