Mapping the Organization of Axis of Motion Selective Features in Human Area MT Using High-Field fMRI

@inproceedings{Zimmermann2011MappingTO,
  title={Mapping the Organization of Axis of Motion Selective Features in Human Area MT Using High-Field fMRI},
  author={Jan Zimmermann and Rainer Goebel and Federico De Martino and Pierre-François van de Moortele and David Feinberg and Gregor Adriany and Denis Chaimow and Amir Shmuel and Kamil Ugurbil and Essa Yacoub},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) at high magnetic fields has made it possible to investigate the columnar organization of the human brain in vivo with high degrees of accuracy and sensitivity. Until now, these results have been limited to the organization principles of early visual cortex (V1). While the middle temporal area (MT) has been the first identified extra-striate visual area shown to exhibit a columnar organization in monkeys, evidence of MT's columnar response properties… CONTINUE READING
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