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Attentional Enhancement via Selection and Pooling of Early Sensory Responses in Human Visual Cortex
The computational processes by which attention improves behavioral performance were characterized by measuring visual cortical activity with functional magnetic resonance imaging as humans performedExpand
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Adaptable history biases in human perceptual decisions
Significance Adapting to the environment requires using feedback about previous decisions to make better future decisions. Sometimes, however, the past is not informative and taking it intoExpand
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Contrast Adaptation and Representation in Human Early Visual Cortex
The human visual system can distinguish variations in image contrast over a much larger range than measurements of the static relationship between contrast and response in visual cortex wouldExpand
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Maps of Visual Space in Human Occipital Cortex Are Retinotopic, Not Spatiotopic
We experience the visual world as phenomenally invariant to eye position, but almost all cortical maps of visual space in monkeys use a retinotopic reference frame, that is, the corticalExpand
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Feature-Specific Attentional Priority Signals in Human Cortex
Human can flexibly attend to a variety of stimulus dimensions, including spatial location and various features such as color and direction of motion. Although the locus of spatial attention has beenExpand
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Executed and Observed Movements Have Different Distributed Representations in Human aIPS
How similar are the representations of executed and observed hand movements in the human brain? We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and multivariate pattern classification analysisExpand
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Learning to Simulate Others' Decisions
A fundamental challenge in social cognition is how humans learn another person's values to predict their decision-making behavior. This form of learning is often assumed to require simulation of theExpand
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Modulation of Visual Responses by Gaze Direction in Human Visual Cortex
To locate visual objects, the brain combines information about retinal location and direction of gaze. Studies in monkeys have demonstrated that eye position modulates the gain of visual signals withExpand
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Is cortical vasculature functionally organized?
  • J. Gardner
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • NeuroImage
  • 1 February 2010
The cortical vasculature is a well-structured and organized system, but the extent to which it is organized with respect to the neuronal functional architecture is unknown. In particular, doesExpand
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Directional Anisotropies Reveal a Functional Segregation of Visual Motion Processing for Perception and Action
Human exhibits an anisotropy in direction perception: discrimination is superior when motion is around horizontal or vertical rather than diagonal axes. In contrast to the consistent directionalExpand
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