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Different states in visual working memory: when it guides attention and when it does not
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Neurophysiological results provide insight into these different memory states by revealing a more intricate organization of working memory than was previously thought. Expand
Improved quality of auditory event-related potentials recorded simultaneously with 3-T fMRI: Removal of the ballistocardiogram artefact
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It is concluded that OBS and OBS-ICA can efficiently remove BCG artefacts and substantially improve the quality of EEG signals recorded inside the scanner, a prerequisite for the successful integration of simultaneously recorded EEG and fMRI. Expand
From Coarse to Fine? Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Cortical Face Processing
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The present evidence suggests the coarse-to-fine strategy as a plausible modus operandi in high-level visual cortex in face-preferring cortical regions over time. Expand
Novelty and target processing during an auditory novelty oddball: A simultaneous event-related potential and functional magnetic resonance imaging study
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Simultaneous EEG and fMRI recordings were employed to investigate how fMRI-identified brain regions contribute to event-related potential (ERP) signatures of novelty- and target-processing, highlighting the potential of simultaneous EEG/fMRI recordings for the spatiotemporal characterization of target- and novelty-processing. Expand
Abnormal face identity coding in the middle fusiform gyrus of two brain-damaged prosopagnosic patients
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Observations in a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) adaptation study of two well-described patients, DF and PS, place strong constraints on the possible functional organization of the cortical areas mediating face processing in the human brain. Expand
Peripheral and Central Inputs Shape Network Dynamics in the Developing Visual Cortex In Vivo
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Using in vivo two-photon calcium imaging, two independently occurring patterns of network activity in the mouse primary visual cortex are identified before and at the onset of vision, suggesting that different activity patterns have complementary functions during the formation of synaptic circuits in the developing visual cortex. Expand
Nonvisual Motor Learning Influences Abstract Action Observation
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In the present fMRI experiment, a specific network of learning-related premotor and parietal areas was found to be reactivated when participants were confronted with their movements' visual counterpart. Expand
Visual spatial attention to multiple locations at once: the jury is still out.
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It is argued that dividing attention may not be easily achievable by naive human observers and that, instead, it is a skill that may be acquired only through training. Expand
Multimodal transcranial magnetic stimulation: Using concurrent neuroimaging to reveal the neural network dynamics of noninvasive brain stimulation
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A comprehensive overview of the existing multimodal TMS literature is provided, covering studies in which TMS was combined with one of the three main neuroimaging modalities, namely Electroencephalography, Positron Emission Tomography, and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Expand
Remembered but Unused: The Accessory Items in Working Memory that Do Not Guide Attention
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Recording of event-related potentials evoked by search targets, memory items, and regular distractors indicated that the search target has a special status in working memory that is not shared by the other items, implying that these other, “accessory” items do not guide attention and are excluded from the matching process. Expand
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