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Electrophysiological correlates of visual adaptation to faces and body parts in humans.
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The findings suggest that shape-selective adaptation is a general mechanism of visual object processing and its neural effects are primarily reflected in the N170 component of the ERP responses. Expand
A region of right posterior superior temporal sulcus responds to observed intentional actions
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A region of the right posterior superior temporal sulcus is described that is sensitive not to articulated body motion per se, but to the relationship between the observed motion and the structure of the surrounding environment, and it is hypothesized that this region is involved in the representation of observed intentional actions. Expand
Neural correlates of visually induced self-motion illusion in depth.
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The results suggest that the illusory percept of self-motion is correlated with the activation of a network of areas, ranging from motion-specific areas to regions involved in visuo-vestibular integration, visual imagery, decision making, and introspection. Expand
Cortical correlate of pattern backward masking.
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It is shown that reliable discrimination of briefly presented shapes by single neurons depends on the temporal integration of the response, and provides direct neurophysiological evidence for the "interruption theory" of backward masking. Expand
Direct current stimulation over MT+/V5 modulates motion aftereffect in humans
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It is found that both cathodal and anodal stimulation over MT+/V5 resulted in a significant reduction of the perceived motion after-effect duration, but had no effect on performance in a luminance-change-detection task used to determine attentional load during adaptation. Expand
Stimulus repetition probability effects on repetition suppression are position invariant for faces
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The results support the role of stimulus repetition probability in determining fMRIa and shows that the effect is invariant to the retinal position of stimuli. Expand
Selectivity of macaque inferior temporal neurons for partially occluded shapes
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Data indicate that IT neurons can, indeed, contribute to the invariance of shape perception for changes in retinal input caused by partial occlusion of the shape, and link the shape selectivity to shape discrimination. Expand
Repetition Probability Effects Depend on Prior Experiences
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The findings suggest that P(rep) effects on RS are manifest for nonface stimuli as well, but that they depend on the experience of the subjects with the stimulus category, and shows, for the first time, that prior experience affects the influence of contextual predictive information on RS in the human occipitotemporal cortex. Expand
Adaptation effects of highly familiar faces: Immediate and long lasting
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Three experiments investigated the underlying mechanism that is more flexible than has often been supposed and found that the adaptation effect was not based on a simple averaging mechanism or an episodic memory effect, but on identity-specific information. Expand
Adaptation duration affects the spatial selectivity of facial aftereffects
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It was found that long-term adaptation evokes facial aftereffects consisting of a position invariant as well as a position-specific component only after long- Term adaptation conditions, whereas adaptation of position- specific neural mechanisms of face processing requires long- term adaptation. Expand
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