Date Presented 03/26/20

Neglect is a common impairment following stroke. It is important that clinicians assess stroke survivors for neglect, but comprehensive assessment guidelines do not exist. This study provides evidence regarding the concurrent validity of behavioral and virtual reality neglect assessments. These findings can help clinicians select a valid, sensitive, and feasible assessment that can be used in clinical practice.

Primary Author and Speaker: Emily Grattan

Additional Authors and Speakers: Emerson Hart

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