Pareidolia in Parkinson's disease without dementia

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Pareidolia in Parkinson's disease without dementia

PD patients without dementia experience pareidolia more frequently than healthy controls and that posterior cortical dysfunction could be a common neural mechanism of pareidolia and visual hallucinations. Pareidolia could represent subclinical hallucinations or a predisposition to visual hallucinations in Lewy body disease.

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