Occipital GABA correlates with cognitive failures in daily life☆

  title={Occipital GABA correlates with cognitive failures in daily life☆},
  author={Kristian Sandberg and Jakob Udby Blicher and Mia Yuan Dong and Geraint Rees and Jamie Near and Ryota Kanai},
The brain has limited capacity, and so selective attention enhances relevant incoming information while suppressing irrelevant information. This process is not always successful, and the frequency of such cognitive failures varies to a large extent between individuals. Here we hypothesised that individual differences in cognitive failures might be reflected in inhibitory processing in the sensory cortex. To test this hypothesis, we measured GABA in human visual cortex using MR spectroscopy and… CONTINUE READING
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