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J E Raymond, H W Leibowitz; Reduction of body sway by stimuli imaged within a cortical scotoma: a case study.. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1985;26(7):1021-1024.
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The reduction of body sway by visual stimulation was equally effective for stimuli imaged within a cortical scotoma or in the mirror image position in the normal visual field. The results are consistent with the concept of distinct visual orientation and discrimination modes of processing visual information, which suggests that spatial orientation functions do not necessarily involve awareness.
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