Attention and Interhemispheric Transfer: A Behavioral and fMRI Study

@article{Weber2005AttentionAI,
  title={Attention and Interhemispheric Transfer: A Behavioral and fMRI Study},
  author={Bruno Weber and Valerie Treyer and N. Oberholzer and T. Jaermann and Peter Boesiger and P. Brugger and M. Regard and Alfred Buck and Silvia Savazzi and Carlo A. Marzi},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={113-123}
}
When both detections and responses to visual stimuli are performed within one and the same hemisphere, manual reaction times (RTs) are faster than when the two operations are carried out in different hemispheres. A widely accepted explanation for this difference is that it reflects the time lost in callosal transmission. Interhemispheric transfer time can be estimated by subtracting RTs for uncrossed from RTs for crossed responses (crossed uncrossed difference, or CUD). In the present study, we… CONTINUE READING

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