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Visual Navigation in Adolescents with Early Periventricular Lesions: Knowing Where, but Not Getting There
Visual navigation in familiar and unfamiliar surroundings is an essential ingredient of adaptive daily life behavior. Recent brain imaging work helps to recognize that establishing connectivity between brain regions is of importance for successful navigation. Here, we ask whether the ability to navigate is impaired in adolescents who were born premature and suffer congenital bilateral periventricular brain damage that might affect the pathways interconnecting subcortical structures with cortex.doi:10.1093/cercor/bhj153 pmid:16525128 fatcat:m3evqxqnbbhzrh6g7w3qd3d3pi