Natalie Caspari

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The intraparietal sulcus (IPS) is critical for resolving stimulus competition. Its activity is modulated depending on how competing stimuli are spatially configured. Lesions extending into IPS lead to selection deficits when stimuli are configured along a horizontal relative to a vertical or diagonal axis. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we(More)
Neurophysiological and functional imaging studies have investigated the representation of animate and inanimate stimulus classes in monkey inferior temporal (IT) and human occipito-temporal cortex (OTC). These studies proposed a distributed representation of stimulus categories across IT and OTC and at the same time highlighted category specific modules for(More)
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