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Automatically parcellating the human cerebral cortex.
A technique for automatically assigning a neuroanatomical label to each location on a cortical surface model based on probabilistic information estimated from a manually labeled training set is presented, comparable in accuracy to manual labeling. Expand
Top-down facilitation of visual recognition.
  • M. Bar, K. Kassam, +8 authors E. Halgren
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 10 January 2006
The dynamics revealed provide strong support for the proposal of how top-down facilitation of object recognition is initiated, and are used to derive predictions for future research. Expand
Automatic parcellation of human cortical gyri and sulci using standard anatomical nomenclature
A precisely defined method for automatically labeling the cortical surface in standard terminology using standard internationally accepted nomenclature and criteria is presented. Expand
Dynamic Statistical Parametric Mapping Combining fMRI and MEG for High-Resolution Imaging of Cortical Activity
A technique that combines structural and functional MRI with magnetoencephalography (MEG) to obtain spatiotemporal maps of human brain activity with millisecond temporal resolution was used to obtain dynamic statistical parametric maps of cortical activity during semantic processing of visually presented words. Expand
Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Modality-Specific and Supramodal Word Processing
Comparison of response patterns during repetition priming between the two modalities suggest that they are initiated by modality-specific memory systems, but that they eventually elaborated mainly in supramodal areas. Expand
Cognitive response profile of the human fusiform face area as determined by MEG.
It is concluded that the fusiform gyrus may selectively encode faces at 165 ms, transforming sensory input for further processing, and may use these features in constructing its face-specific response. Expand
N400-like Magnetoencephalography Responses Modulated by Semantic Context, Word Frequency, and Lexical Class in Sentences
Results help identify a distributed cortical network that supports online semantic processing and correspond well with those previously demonstrated with direct intracranial recordings, and suggested by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Expand
Intracerebral potentials to rare target and distractor auditory and visual stimuli. I. Superior temporal plane and parietal lobe.
The early endogenous activity in auditory cortex may embody activity that is antecedent to the other patterns in multimodal association cortex, and may embody the cognitive closure that is also reflected in the scalp P3b or late positive component. Expand
Location of human face‐selective cortex with respect to retinotopic areas
It is concluded that the fusiform face area in humans lies in non‐retinotopic visual association cortex of the ventral form‐processing stream, in an area that may be roughly homologous in location to area TF or CITv in monkeys. Expand
Generators of the late cognitive potentials in auditory and visual oddball tasks.
Depth recordings have found that sensory stimuli activate primary cortex and then material-specific encoders, and activation is widespread but concentrated in particular multilobar systems, even in simple tasks. Expand