Bidirectional Modulation of Numerical Magnitude.

  title={Bidirectional Modulation of Numerical Magnitude.},
  author={Qadeer Arshad and Yuliya Nigmatullina and Ramil Nigmatullin and Paladd Asavarut and Usman Goga and Sarah B Khan and Kaija Sander and Shuaib Siddiqui and R Edward Roberts and Roi Cohen Kadosh and Adolfo Miguel Bronstein and Paresh A Malhotra},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  volume={26 5},
Numerical cognition is critical for modern life; however, the precise neural mechanisms underpinning numerical magnitude allocation in humans remain obscure. Based upon previous reports demonstrating the close behavioral and neuro-anatomical relationship between number allocation and spatial attention, we hypothesized that these systems would be subject to similar control mechanisms, namely dynamic interhemispheric competition. We employed a physiological paradigm, combining visual and… CONTINUE READING
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