Localization of visually evoked cortical activity in humans.

@article{Srebro1985LocalizationOV,
  title={Localization of visually evoked cortical activity in humans.},
  author={Richard Srebro},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={360},
  pages={233-46}
}
The locations of cortical activity evoked by visual stimuli presented at different positions in the visual field are deduced from the scalp topography of visually evoked potentials in humans. To accomplish this, the Laplacian evoked potential is measured using a multi-electrode array. It is shown that the Laplacian response has the following useful attributes for this purpose. It is reference-free. Its spatial resolution is approximately 2 cm referred to the surface of the cortex. Its spatial… CONTINUE READING