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Dysregulation of Limbic and Auditory Networks in Tinnitus
Auditory motion perception activates visual motion areas in early blind subjects
Preserved Functional Specialization for Spatial Processing in the Middle Occipital Gyrus of the Early Blind
Specific activation of the V5 brain area by auditory motion processing: an fMRI study.
Cross-modal activation of visual cortex during depth perception using auditory substitution of vision
Improved selective and divided spatial attention in early blind subjects
Relationship Between Cortical Thickness and Functional Activation in the Early Blind.
- I. Anurova, L. Renier, A. D. De Volder, S. Carlson, J. Rauschecker
- Psychology, BiologyCerebral cortex
- 1 August 2015
It is demonstrated that the relationship between cortical structure and function may depend on early sensory experience, probably via selective pruning of exuberant connections, and a link between CT and activation is suggested.
The Ponzo Illusion with Auditory Substitution of Vision in Sighted and Early-Blind Subjects
The results suggest that, at least in sighted subjects, perception obtained with the PSVA shares perceptual processes with vision, and visual experience appears mandatory for a Ponzo illusion to occur with thePSVA.
Right Occipital Cortex Activation Correlates with Superior Odor Processing Performance in the Early Blind
The level of right fusiform gyrus activation during the olfactory conditions was highly correlated with individual scores in a variety of odor recognition tests, indicating that the additional occipital activation may play a functional role in odor processing.
Multisensory Integration of Sounds and Vibrotactile Stimuli in Processing Streams for “What” and “Where”
- L. Renier, I. Anurova, A. D. De Volder, S. Carlson, J. VanMeter, J. Rauschecker
- Psychology, BiologyThe Journal of Neuroscience
- 2 September 2009
Results indicate that the right inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) and both left and right insula were more activated during identification conditions than during localization in both touch and audition, and it is proposed that specialized areas in the right IFG and the left andright insula are multisensory operators for the processing of stimulus identity.