[Neuropsychology of Olfactory Information Processing: Bibliographical Review]
The present review deals with neuropsychological observations concerning the processing of olfactory information; these observations are essentially devoted to disturbances. Data are surveyed under three topics: The dissociated defects of the trigeminal vs. the olfactory systems, the effects of various brain damages (closed head injuries, frontal and temporal lesions, Korsakoff’s and Parkinson’s syndromes; relationships with aphasia), and the question of possible asymmetries (lateral differences) in the processing of olfactory information.
How to Cite:
Bruyer, R., 1988. Neuropsychologie du Traitement de L’Information Olfactive: Revue Bibliographique. Psychologica Belgica, 28(1), pp.1–21. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.773