Pivotal role of hMT+ in long‐range disambiguation of interhemispheric bistable surface motion

@article{Duarte2017PivotalRO,
  title={Pivotal role of hMT+ in long‐range disambiguation of interhemispheric bistable surface motion},
  author={J. V. Duarte and G. Costa and Ricardo Martins and M. Castelo-Branco},
  journal={Human Brain Mapping},
  year={2017},
  volume={38}
}
  • J. V. Duarte, G. Costa, +1 author M. Castelo-Branco
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Human Brain Mapping
  • It remains an open question whether long‐range disambiguation of ambiguous surface motion can be achieved in early visual cortex or instead in higher level regions, which concerns object/surface segmentation/integration mechanisms. We used a bistable moving stimulus that can be perceived as a pattern comprehending both visual hemi‐fields moving coherently downward or as two widely segregated nonoverlapping component objects (in each visual hemi‐field) moving separately inward. This paradigm… CONTINUE READING
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