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