Talk:Associative visual agnosia

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Sources, expansion[edit]

I am just curious where the information for this article came from, as there are no sources. I think that it would be helpful if this article was expanded to cover more of the ways that associative agnosia manifests itself in individuals and what (if any) the common treatments are. In addition, it would be helpful if the article covered ways in which individuals come to have associative agnosia. Also, since this condition is usually associated with impaired language and memory, is there any evidence that impaired language and memory contribute to an individual having associative agnosia? RGentry (talk) 04:46, 24 February 2012 (UTC)

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