Acute Exercise Modulates Feature-selective Responses in Human Cortex

@article{Bullock2017AcuteEM,
  title={Acute Exercise Modulates Feature-selective Responses in Human Cortex},
  author={Tom Bullock and James C. Elliott and John T. Serences and Barry Giesbrecht},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={29},
  pages={605-618}
}
An organism's current behavioral state influences ongoing brain activity. Nonhuman mammalian and invertebrate brains exhibit large increases in the gain of feature-selective neural responses in sensory cortex during locomotion, suggesting that the visual system becomes more sensitive when actively exploring the environment. This raises the possibility that human vision is also more sensitive during active movement. To investigate this possibility, we used an inverted encoding model technique to… CONTINUE READING
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