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Visuo-haptic object-related activation in the ventral visual pathway
- A. Amedi, R. Malach, T. Hendler, S. Peled, E. Zohary
- Biology, PsychologyNature Neuroscience
- 1 March 2001
Using fMRI to map object-related brain regions, it is suggested that neuronal populations in the occipito–temporal cortex may constitute a multimodal object- related network.
Center–periphery organization of human object areas
It is hypothesized that brain regions representing object categories that rely on detailed central scrutiny are more strongly associated with processing of central information, compared to representations of objects that may be recognized by more peripheral information (such as buildings or scenes).
Convergence of visual and tactile shape processing in the human lateral occipital complex.
It is suggested that LOtv, the cortical region LOtv for the lateral occipital tactile-visual region, is involved in recovering the geometrical shape of objects.
Accelerated maturation of white matter in young children with autism: A high b value DWI study
A sequence of object‐processing stages revealed by fMRI in the human occipital lobe
- K. Grill-Spector, T. Kushnir, T. Hendler, S. Edelman, Yacov Itzchak, R. Malach
- BiologyHuman brain mapping
Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used in combined functional selectivity and retinotopic mapping tests to reveal object‐related visual areas in the human occpital lobe and suggest the existence of object‐fragment representation in LO.
The dynamics of object-selective activation correlate with recognition performance in humans
- K. Grill-Spector, T. Kushnir, T. Hendler, R. Malach
- Psychology, BiologyNature Neuroscience
- 1 August 2000
The results suggest that recognition performance is correlated with selective activation in object areas, and that subjects' recognition during identical visual stimulation could be enhanced by training, which also increased the fMRI signal.
Eccentricity Bias as an Organizing Principle for Human High-Order Object Areas
Are numbers special? The comparison systems of the human brain investigated by fMRI
Abnormal white matter integrity in young children with autism
It is suggested that such abnormal white matter integrity in young children with autism may adversely affect connectivity between different brain regions and may be linked to some of the behavioral impairments apparent in autism.
Contrast sensitivity in human visual areas and its relationship to object recognition.
- Galia Avidan, M. Harel, T. Hendler, D. Ben-Bashat, E. Zohary, R. Malach
- PsychologyJournal of neurophysiology
- 1 June 2002
The results show that there was a gradual trend of increasing contrast invariance moving from area V1, which manifested high sensitivity to contrast changes, to the LOC, which showed a significantly higher degree of invariance at suprathreshold contrasts.