D.J McKeefry

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We report two functional magnetic resonance imaging experiments which reveal similarities and differences between perceptual and imaginal networks within the single visual submodality of colour. The first experiment contrasted viewing of a coloured and grey-scale Mondrian display, while the second contrasted a relative colour judgement with a spatial task(More)
When motion-onset VEPs are elicited by moving luminance patterns, the motion specific component of the response, N2, is more prominent at electrode sites that overlay the lateral occipito-parietal cortex close to area V5/MT, than over the primary visual cortex. Functional segregation suggests that colour and motion processing should take place along(More)
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