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Binding crossmodal object features in perirhinal cortex.
- K. Taylor, H. Moss, E. Stamatakis, L. Tyler
- Medicine, Psychology
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 23 May 2006
Knowledge of objects in the world is stored in our brains as rich, multimodal representations. Because the neural pathways that process this diverse sensory information are largely anatomically… Expand
The Evolution of Meaning: Spatio-temporal Dynamics of Visual Object Recognition
- A. Clarke, K. Taylor, L. Tyler
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
- 1 August 2011
Research on the spatio-temporal dynamics of visual object recognition suggests a recurrent, interactive model whereby an initial feedforward sweep through the ventral stream to prefrontal cortex is… Expand
Functional Hemispheric Asymmetry and Belief in ESP: Towards a “Neuropsychology of Belief”
- P. Brugger, A. Gamma, R. Muri, Markus Schafer, K. Taylor
- Medicine, Psychology
- Perceptual and motor skills
- 1 December 1993
30 right-handed subjects were given a lateralized tachistoscopic lexical-decision task. Subjects' belief in extrasensory perception (ESP) was assessed with a single six-point scale; 16 subjects were… Expand
The Perirhinal, Entorhinal, and Parahippocampal Cortices and Hippocampus: An Overview of Functional Anatomy and Protocol for Their Segmentation in MR Images
It is well established that the medial temporal lobe (MTL) plays a critical role in forming memories of autobiographical events and world knowledge. Converging neuroscientific research suggests that… Expand
From perception to conception: how meaningful objects are processed over time.
To recognize visual objects, our sensory perceptions are transformed through dynamic neural interactions into meaningful representations of the world but exactly how visual inputs invoke object… Expand
ESP: extrasensory perception or effect of subjective probability?
Hippocampal sclerosis dementia: a reappraisal
Hippocampal sclerosis (HpScl) is characterized by neuronal loss and gliosis in CA1 and subiculum of the hippocampus, and may be one contributing factor to dementia in old age. The term hippocampal… Expand
Why is Magical Ideation Related to Leftward Deviation on an Implicit Line Bisection Task?
Right hemispatial inattention is a neurocognitive deficit observed in thought-disordered schizophrenia patients, persons with schizotypal personality disorder and healthy participants with high… Expand
The 12 Years Preceding Mild Cognitive Impairment Due to Alzheimer’s Disease: The Temporal Emergence of Cognitive Decline
- Panagiota Mistridis, Sabine Krumm, A. Monsch, M. Berres, K. Taylor
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD
- 27 October 2015
Abstract Background: The identification of the type and sequence of cognitive decline in preclinical mild cognitive impairment (MCI) prior to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is crucial for understanding AD… Expand
Crossmodal integration of object features: voxel-based correlations in brain-damaged patients.
How does the brain bind together the different sensory features of objects to form meaningful, multimodal object representations? Human functional imaging findings implicate the left posterior… Expand