After suffering a stroke, a patient can see objects anywherein front of him but pays attention only to objects in his rightfield of vision. When asked to describe these objects, he hasdifficulty judging their size and distance. What part of thebrain was likely damaged by the stroke?(A) the left frontal lobe(B) the right frontal lobe(C) the right parietal lobe(D) the corpus callosum

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After suffering a stroke, a patient can see objects anywhere
in front of him but pays attention only to objects in his right
field of vision. When asked to describe these objects, he has
difficulty judging their size and distance. What part of the
brain was likely damaged by the stroke?
(A) the left frontal lobe
(B) the right frontal lobe
(C) the right parietal lobe
(D) the corpus callosum

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