Categorical discrimination of human body parts by magnetoencephalography

@inproceedings{Nakamura2015CategoricalDO,
  title={Categorical discrimination of human body parts by magnetoencephalography},
  author={Misaki Nakamura and Takufumi Yanagisawa and Yumiko Okamura and Ryohei Fukuma and Masayuki Hirata and Toshihiko Araki and Yukiyasu Kamitani and Shiro Yorifuji},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
Humans recognize body parts in categories. Previous studies have shown that responses in the fusiform body area (FBA) and extrastriate body area (EBA) are evoked by the perception of the human body, when presented either as whole or as isolated parts. These responses occur approximately 190 ms after body images are visualized. The extent to which body… CONTINUE READING