disconnection syndrome

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A term coined in 1965 by the US neurologist Norman Geschwind (1926–84) for a condition in which information transfer between parts of the brain is interrupted or blocked. See also aphasia, arcuate fasciculus, commissurotomy, left-sided apraxia, split-brain preparation, tactile aphasia.

Subjects: Psychology.

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