Somatotopy and attentional modulation of the human parietal and opercular regions.

@article{Young2004SomatotopyAA,
  title={Somatotopy and attentional modulation of the human parietal and opercular regions.},
  author={Jeremy P. Young and Priyantha Herath and Simon B. Eickhoff and Jinah Choi and Christian Grefkes and Karl Zilles and Per E. Roland},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={24 23},
  pages={5391-9}
}
The somatotopical organization of the postcentral gyrus is well known, but less is known about the somatotopical organization of area 2, the somatosensory association areas in the postparietal cortex, and the parietal operculum. The extent to which these areas are modulated by attention is also poorly understood. For these reasons, we measured the BOLD signal when rectangular parallelepipeds of varying shape were presented to the immobile right hand or right foot of 10 subjects either… CONTINUE READING

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