Interhemispheric Connections Shape Subjective Experience of Bistable Motion

@article{Gen2011InterhemisphericCS,
  title={Interhemispheric Connections Shape Subjective Experience of Bistable Motion},
  author={Erhan Genç and Johanna Bergmann and Wolf Singer and Axel Kohler},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={1494-1499}
}
The right and left visual hemifields are represented in different cerebral hemispheres and are bound together by connections through the corpus callosum. Much has been learned on the functions of these connections from split-brain patients [1-4], but little is known about their contribution to conscious visual perception in healthy humans. We used diffusion tensor imaging and functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate which callosal connections contribute to the subjective experience… CONTINUE READING
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