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Cortical Networks Related to Human Use of Tools
  • J. Lewis
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Neuroscientist : a review journal bringing…
  • 1 June 2006
Greater manual dexterity and greater conceptual knowledge of tool use represent two main features that distinguish humans from other primates. Studies of human brain lesions suggest that the leftExpand
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Mapping visual cortex in monkeys and humans using surface-based atlases
We have used surface-based atlases of the cerebral cortex to analyze the functional organization of visual cortex in humans and macaque monkeys. The macaque atlas contains multiple partitioningExpand
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Neural responses to polar, hyperbolic, and Cartesian gratings in area V4 of the macaque monkey.
1. We studied the responses of 103 neurons in visual area V4 of anesthetized macaque monkeys to two novel classes of visual stimuli, polar and hyperbolic sinusoidal gratings. We suspected on bothExpand
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A comparison of visual and auditory motion processing in human cerebral cortex.
Visual and auditory motion information can be used together to provide complementary information about the movement of objects. To investigate the neural substrates of such cross-modal integration,Expand
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Distinct Cortical Pathways for Processing Tool versus Animal Sounds
Human listeners can effortlessly categorize a wide range of environmental sounds. Whereas categorizing visual object classes (e.g., faces, tools, houses, etc.) preferentially activates differentExpand
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Human brain regions involved in recognizing environmental sounds.
To identify the brain regions preferentially involved in environmental sound recognition (comprising portions of a putative auditory 'what' pathway), we collected functional imaging data whileExpand
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A note on concordance correlation coefficient.
  • J. Liao, J. Lewis
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • PDA journal of pharmaceutical science and…
  • 2000
In this note, we first review some recent developments about measures of agreement, which are often required in medicine and other sciences, with focus on differences between these methods. In theExpand
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Computerized Mappings of the Cerebral Cortex: A Multiresolution Flattening Method and a Surface-Based Coordinate System
We present a computerized, two-stage flattening method for generating two-dimensionnl maps of the cerebral cortex. Expand
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A Quantitative Meta-Analysis of Functional Imaging Studies of Social Rejection
Early neuroimaging studies using Cyberball suggested that social rejection activated the pain matrix, as identified in studies of physical pain. However, these early studies were characterized byExpand
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Corticocortical connections of visual, sensorimotor, and multimodal processing areas in the parietal lobe of the macaque monkey
We studied the corticocortical connections of architectonically defined areas of parietal and temporoparietal cortex, with emphasis on areas in the intraparietal sulcus (IPS) that are implicated inExpand
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