disorder of corporeal awareness


disorder of corporeal awareness
   A term introduced in or shortly before 1963 by the British neurologist Macdonald Critchley (1900-1997) as an alternative for the term *body schema illusion.
   References
   Critchley, M. (1965). Disorders of corporeal awareness in parietal disease.In: The body percept. Edited by Wapner, S., Werner, H. New York, NY: Random House.

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