Spatial–temporal interactions in the human brain

@article{Oliveri2009SpatialtemporalII,
  title={Spatial–temporal interactions in the human brain},
  author={Massimiliano Oliveri and Giacomo Koch and Carlo Caltagirone},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={195},
  pages={489-497}
}
The review summarises current evidence on the cognitive mechanisms for the integration of spatial and temporal representations and of common brain structures to process the where and when of stimuli. Psychophysical experiments document the presence of spatially localised distortions of sub-second time intervals and suggest that visual events are timed by neural mechanisms that are spatially selective. On the other hand, experiments with supra-second intervals suggest that time could be… CONTINUE READING

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