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We examined the ability of a patient, who had a cerebral lesion involving the left posterior hemisphere, to identify and to localize stimuli applied to her "deafferented" right upper limb. We observed a functional dissociation between localization and identification in both performance and subjective report. This finding may be a tactual analogue of "blind sight." (Arch Neurol 1983;40:548-551)doi:10.1001/archneur.1983.04050080048008 pmid:6615285 fatcat:7m7bxbxgpbfeddv3rxbfefv2jq