Brain Areas Sensitive to Coherent Visual Motion

@article{Braddick2001BrainAS,
  title={Brain Areas Sensitive to Coherent Visual Motion},
  author={O. Braddick and J. O’Brien and J. Wattam-Bell and J. Atkinson and T. Hartley and R. Turner},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2001},
  volume={30},
  pages={61 - 72}
}
Detection of coherent motion versus noise is widely used as a measure of global visual-motion processing. To localise the human brain mechanisms involved in this performance, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) was used to compare brain activation during viewing of coherently moving random dots with that during viewing spatially and temporally comparable dynamic noise. Rates of reversal of coherent motion and coherent-motion velocities (5 versus 20 deg s−1) were also compared… Expand
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