From: Stevan Harnad (
Date: Thu Nov 09 1995 - 22:48:11 GMT

> From: "Lee liz" <>
> Date: Wed, 8 Nov 1995 08:52:05 GMT
> Dear Stevan,
> Couldn't find any reference to this so I hope I've got the spelling
> correct. I was wondering whether the condition is dependant on
> certain kinds of affliction, for instance, the one you told us about
> was a visual impairment, would the sufferer have been aware of any
> other sort of impairment ( like a paralysis, say,) as well - assuming
> he had both?
> Liz

Hi Liz,

Use the Web to look at:
I've put a literature search, with abstracts, on anosognosia

Anosognosia can accompany just about any neurological impairment
(and some non-neurological ones too).

Chrs, Stevan

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