Integration of visual and tactile signals from the hand in the human brain: an FMRI study.

@article{Gentile2011IntegrationOV,
  title={Integration of visual and tactile signals from the hand in the human brain: an FMRI study.},
  author={Giovanni Gentile and Valeria I. Petkova and H. Henrik Ehrsson},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={105 2},
  pages={
          910-22
        }
}
  • Giovanni Gentile, Valeria I. Petkova, H. Henrik Ehrsson
  • Published in Journal of neurophysiology 2011
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • In the non-human primate brain, a number of multisensory areas have been described where individual neurons respond to visual, tactile and bimodal visuotactile stimulation of the upper limb. It has been shown that such bimodal neurons can integrate sensory inputs in a linear or nonlinear fashion. In humans, activity in a similar set of brain regions has been associated with visuotactile stimulation of the hand. However, little is known about how these areas integrate visual and tactile… CONTINUE READING

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