Improving visual perception through neurofeedback.

@article{Scharnowski2012ImprovingVP,
  title={Improving visual perception through neurofeedback.},
  author={Frank Scharnowski and Chloe Hutton and O. Josephs and Nikolaus Weiskopf and Geraint Rees},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={32 49},
  pages={17830-41}
}
Perception depends on the interplay of ongoing spontaneous activity and stimulus-evoked activity in sensory cortices. This raises the possibility that training ongoing spontaneous activity alone might be sufficient for enhancing perceptual sensitivity. To test this, we trained human participants to control ongoing spontaneous activity in circumscribed regions of retinotopic visual cortex using real-time functional MRI-based neurofeedback. After training, we tested participants using a new and… CONTINUE READING
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