Position selectivity in face‐sensitive visual cortex to facial and nonfacial stimuli: an fMRI study†

@inproceedings{Nichols2016PositionSI,
  title={Position selectivity in face‐sensitive visual cortex to facial and nonfacial stimuli: an fMRI study†
},
  author={David F. Nichols and Lisa R. Betts and Hugh R. Wilson},
  booktitle={Brain and behavior},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Evidence for position sensitivity in object-selective visual areas has been building. On one hand, most of the relevant studies have utilized stimuli for which the areas are optimally selective and examine small sections of cortex. On the other hand, visual field maps established with nonspecific stimuli have been found in increasingly large areas of visual cortex, though generally not in areas primarily responsive to faces. METHODS fMRI was used to study the position sensitivity… CONTINUE READING
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