Cortical activation associated with determination of depth order during transparent motion perception: A normalized integrative fMRI-MEG study.

Abstract

When visual patterns drifting in different directions and/or at different speeds are superimposed on the same plane, observers perceive transparent surfaces on planes of different depths. This phenomenon is known as transparent motion perception. In this study, cortical activities were measured using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22887

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@article{Natsukawa2015CorticalAA, title={Cortical activation associated with determination of depth order during transparent motion perception: A normalized integrative fMRI-MEG study.}, author={Hiroaki Natsukawa and Tetsuo Kobayashi}, journal={Human brain mapping}, year={2015}, volume={36 10}, pages={3922-34} }