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Multiple Parietal Reach Regions in Humans: Cortical Representations for Visual and Proprioceptive Feedback during On-Line Reaching
The results suggest that aPCu is a sensorimotor area whose sensory input is primarily proprioceptive, while sPOS is a visuomotor area that receives visual feedback during reaching, which indicates the involvement of multipleParietal reach regions in humans, rather than a single homogenous parietal reach region. Expand
A human parietal face area contains aligned head-centered visual and tactile maps
This work mapped the organization of a multisensory parietal face area in humans by acquiring functional magnetic resonance images while varying the polar angle of facial air puffs and close-up visual stimuli and found aligned maps of tactile and near-face visual stimuli at the highest level of human association cortex. Expand
Wide-Field Retinotopy Defines Human Cortical Visual Area V6
The retinotopic organization of a newly identified visual area near the midline in the dorsalmost part of the human parieto-occipital sulcus was mapped using high-field functional magnetic resonance imaging, cortical surface-based analysis, and wide-field retinOTopic stimulation and it might be the human homolog of macaque area V6, and perhaps of area M (medial) or DM (dorsomedial) of New World primates. Expand
Mapping multisensory parietal face and body areas in humans
The results suggest the parietal face and body areas fuse multisensory information in peripersonal space to guard an individual from head to toe. Expand
Tonic and phasic electroencephalographic dynamics during continuous compensatory tracking
During a continuous tracking task without impulsive stimulus onsets, sub-second scale EEG dynamics related to visuomotor task could be dissociated from slower spectral modulations linked to changes in performance and arousal. Expand
Dodecapus: An MR-compatible system for somatosensory stimulation
A computer-controlled pneumatic system was constructed to automatically deliver air puffs to 12 locations on the body surface through an MR-compatible manifold (Dodecapus) mounted on a head coil inside the scanner bore, which could be useful for non-invasive somatotopic mapping in both basic and clinical studies. Expand
Multisensory maps in parietal cortex☆
  • M. Sereno, R. Huang
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Current Opinion in Neurobiology
  • 1 February 2014
A new parietal multisensory area integrates lower body and lower visual field in human and non-human primates and transforms visual maps into non-retinocentric coordinates. Expand
Tonic Changes in EEG Power Spectra during Simulated Driving
This study demonstrates additional evidence of the close and specific links between cortical brain activities (via changes in EEG spectral power) and performance (reaction time) during sustained-attention tasks and may also provide insights into the development of human-computer interfaces for countermeasures for drowsy driving. Expand
Neural Substrates Underlying the Passive Observation and Active Control of Translational Egomotion
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is used to map the neural substrates underlying the passive observation and active control of translational egomotion in humans and suggests that PIVC plays an active role in sensing and guiding translationalEgomotion that moves an observer aside from impending obstacles. Expand
Noninvasive Neural Prostheses Using Mobile and Wireless EEG
A noninvasive mobile prosthetic platform for continuously monitoring high-temporal resolution brain dynamics without requiring application of conductive gels on the scalp is proposed and its implications for neural prostheses are examined. Expand