Differing causal roles for lateral occipital cortex and occipital face area in invariant shape recognition.

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The human extrastriate visual cortex contains functionally distinct regions where neuronal populations exhibit signals that are selective for objects. How such regions might play a causal role in underpinning our ability to recognize objects across different viewpoints remains uncertain. Here, we tested whether two extrastriate areas, the lateral occipital… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1460-9568.2010.07278.x

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@article{Silvanto2010DifferingCR, title={Differing causal roles for lateral occipital cortex and occipital face area in invariant shape recognition.}, author={Juha Silvanto and Dietrich Samuel Schwarzkopf and Sharon Gilaie-Dotan and Gareth Rees}, journal={The European journal of neuroscience}, year={2010}, volume={32 1}, pages={165-71} }