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  1. Is There Really a Loss of Agency in Patients With Apraxia of Tool Use?

    Surprisingly, this aspect has been largely overlooked in the literature on apraxia, ... Mechanical problem-solving in left brain-damaged patients and apraxia of tool use. Neuropsychologia 51, 1964-1972. 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2013.06.017 [Google Scholar] Osiurak F., Rossetti Y. (2017). ...

  2. Apraxia of tool use is not a matter of affordances

    Growing evidence indicates that left brain-damaged patients with apraxia of tool use are impaired to solve mechanical problems, consisting in selecting among several novel tools the one appropriate to lift a cylinder or to extract a target out from a box (Goldenberg and Hagmann, 1998; Goldenberg and Hagmann, 1998; Hartmann et al., 2005; Goldenberg and Spatt, 2009; Jarry et al., 2013; Osiurak ...

  3. Tool use and mechanical problem solving in apraxia

    It is the basis of mechanical problem solving. The purpose of the present study was to analyze retrieval of instruction of use, mechanical problem solving, and actual tool use in patients with apraxia due to circumscribed lesions of the left hemisphere. For assessing mechanical problem solving we developed a test of selection and application of ...

  4. Tool use and mechanical problem solving in apraxia

    Apraxia, mechanical problem solving and semantic knowledge. J. Spatt T. Bak Sasha Bozeat K. Patterson J. Hodges. Psychology. Journal of Neurology. 2002. Abstract To investigate the nature of the apraxia in corticobasal degeneration (CBD) five patients with CBD and five matched controls were compared on tests of: i) meaningless and symbolic ...

  5. Apraxia of tool use: more evidence for the technical reasoning

    The battery included: classical apraxia tests (Pantomime of Tool Use and Single Tool Use), familiar and novel tool use tests (Tool-Object Pairs and Sequential Mechanical Problem-Solving), semantic memory tests (Recognition of tool utilization gestures and Functional and Categorical Associations) as well as the Tower Of London.

  6. Tool use and mechanical problem solving in apraxia

    It is the basis of mechanical problem solving. The purpose of the present study was to analyze retrieval of instruction of use, mechanical problem solving, and actual tool use in patients with apraxia due to circumscribed lesions of the left hemisphere.

  7. Mechanical problem-solving strategies in left-brain damaged patients

    Mechanical problem-solving strategies in left-brain damaged patients and apraxia of tool use. Author links open overlay panel François Osiurak a, Christophe Jarry b c, ... The term apraxia refers to disorders of higher motor functions that are not primarily caused by elementary sensory or motor deficits (e.g., paresis), disturbances in ...

  8. Tool use and mechanical problem solving in apraxia

    It is the basis of mechanical problem solving. The purpose of the present study was to analyze retrieval of instruction of use, mechanical problem solving, and actual tool use in patients with apraxia due to circumscribed lesions of the left hemisphere. For assessing mechanical problem solving we developed a test of selection and application of ...

  9. Tool use and mechanical problem solving in apraxia.

    Analyzed retrieval of instruction of use, mechanical problem solving, and actual tool use in patients with apraxia due to lesions of the left hemisphere. Mechanical problem solving was assessed via the application of novel tools. Access to instruction of use was tested by pantomime of tool use. Actual tool use was examined for the same familiar tools. 42 patients (mean age 55.5 yrs) with left ...

  10. Apraxia of tool use is not a matter of affordances.

    Growing evidence indicates that left brain-damaged patients with apraxia of tool use are impaired to solve mechanical problems. Apraxia of tool use, characterized by conceptual errors in the use of tools, might be not a matter of affordances. Rather, the perception/actualization of affordances would only be involved in the translation of the ...

  11. The neural basis of tool use.

    Misuse of tools and objects by patients with left brain damage is generally recognized as a manifestation of apraxia, caused by parietal lobe damage. The use of tools and objects can, however, be subdivided in several components. ... (Functional Associations), mechanical problem solving (Novel Tools) and use of everyday tools and objects ...

  12. Mechanical knowledge does matter to tool use even when assessed with a

    In the literature on apraxia of tool use, it is now accepted that using familiar tools requires semantic and mechanical knowledge. However, mechanical knowledge is nearly always assessed with production tasks, so one may assume that mechanical knowledge and familiar tool use are associated only because of their common motor mechanisms.

  13. Apraxia, mechanical problem solving and semantic knowledge

    The apraxia in CBD is, therefore, multifactorial. There is profound breakdown in the organisation and co-ordination of motor programming. In addition, patients show central deficits in action knowledge and mechanical problem solving, which has been linked to parietal lobe pathology.

  14. Mechanical knowledge, but not manipulation knowledge, might support

    Tool use and mechanical problem solving in apraxia. Neuropsychologia 36, 581-589 10.1016/S0028-3932(97)00165-6 [Google Scholar] Goldenberg G., Spatt J. (2009). The neural basis of ... Mechanical problem-solving strategies in left-brain damaged patients and apraxia of tool use.

  15. Mechanical problem-solving strategies in left-brain damaged patients

    In mechanical problem-solving tasks, participants can be asked, for instance, to extract a wooden target out from a transparent box by using novel tools ... Tool use and mechanical problem solving in apraxia. Neuropsychologia, 36 (1998), pp. 581-589. View PDF View article View in Scopus Google Scholar.

  16. Frontiers

    Growing evidence indicates that left brain-damaged patients with apraxia of tool use are impaired to solve mechanical problems, consisting in selecting among several novel tools the one appropriate to lift a cylinder or to extract a target out from a box (Goldenberg and Hagmann, 1998; Goldenberg and Hagmann, 1998; Hartmann et al., 2005; Goldenberg and Spatt, 2009; Jarry et al., 2013; Osiurak ...

  17. Apraxia, mechanical problem solving and semantic knowledge

    Two additional factors seem to eral apraxic deficits which do not permit one system to play a role in the genesis of their profound apraxia: all compensate for impairment in another, causes patients five patients showed deficits in mechanical problem- with CBD to be far more disabled in everyday life by solving and semantic knowledge was ...

  18. Apraxia, mechanical problem solving and semantic knowledge ...

    The apraxia in CBD is, therefore, multifactorial. There is profound breakdown in the organisation and co-ordination of motor programming. In addition, patients show central deficits in action knowledge and mechanical problem solving, which has been linked to parietal lobe pathology.

  19. (PDF) Mechanical problem-solving strategies in left-brain damaged

    The purpose of the present study was to analyze retrieval of instruction of use, mechanical problem solving, and actual tool use in patients with apraxia due to circumscribed lesions of the left hemisphere. For assessing mechanical problem solving we developed a test of selection and application of novel tools.

  20. Mechanical Problem-Solving Strategies in Left-Brain ...

    Request PDF | Mechanical Problem-Solving Strategies in Left-Brain Damaged Patients and Apraxia of Tool Use. | Left brain damage (LBD) can impair the ability to use familiar tools (apraxia of tool ...

  21. Frontiers

    Four tasks are classically used in the field of apraxia: Pantomime of tool use, single tool use, real tool use and mechanical problem solving. Our aim was to address two issues, namely, (1) the role of mechanical knowledge in real tool use and (2) the cognitive mechanisms underlying pantomime of tool use, a task widely employed by clinicians ...

  22. Apraxia: a gestural or a cognitive disorder?

    Indeed, mechanical problem-solving might also be applied to the multi-part mechanical object that is the human body (Goldenberg, 2013). ... perpetuate the traditional perspective of apraxia, consisting in considering apraxia, first and foremost, as a gestural disorder ...

  23. Apraxia

    The term apraxia refers to 'higher level' disorders of motor control. Apraxia differs from other motor symptoms of unilateral brain damage by the bilaterality of symptoms following unilateral lesions. Lesions causing apraxia are located predominantly in the left hemisphere and apraxia is frequently, although not invariably, associated with ...