Our paper on a rare case of synchiria has been published

Our paper describing a peculiar case of crossmodal synchiria is now out in Neuropsychologia.  In it, we describe a case study who report seeing visual stimuli on both sides when presented with a visual stimulus on the ipsilesional side.  Interestingly, this deficit occurs primarily when a) the visual stimulus is brief (<250 msec) and b) when visual stimuli are presented on her hands (versus off her hands).  It’s a very interesting case study – please read!