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Ennio De Renzi (b1924- ) was an Italian experimental psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist. He worked extensively with a variety of agnosias in 1963 and 1970. He explored, on two patients with autotopagnosia in particular, the difficulties of mentally recognizing the physical division of a whole object into sections. For example, he found his patients could not describe the position or parts of a bike, and were unable to focus on a part of the whole. De Renzi’s studies gave way to countless others to give insight as to the complicated and varied mechanisms behind autotopagnosia.

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1950 received his MD at University of Pavia]] School of Medicine


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