Saccadic latency during electrical stimulation of the human subthalamic nucleus

  title={Saccadic latency during electrical stimulation of the human subthalamic nucleus},
  author={Yasin Temel and Veerle Visser-Vandewalle and R Carpenter},
  journal={Current Biology},
Our findings demonstrate a possible behavioral outcome of a visual system with massive retrograde connections between category-sensitive and more primary visual areas [5,12] and suggest a reassessment of theories that eschew top-down conceptual influences on visual selection [13,14]. The present results make it clear that visual perception depends not only on what something looks like, but also on what it means. 


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