Striate cortex in humans demonstrates the relationship between activation and variations in visual form

@article{BeasonHeld2000StriateCI,
  title={Striate cortex in humans demonstrates the relationship between activation and variations in visual form},
  author={Lori Beason-Held and Keith P. Purpura and Jack S Krasuski and Richard E Desmond and D. J. Mangot and Eileen M. Daly and Lance M. Optican and Stanley I. Rapoport and John W. VanMeter},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={130},
  pages={221-226}
}
Electrophysiologic and functional imaging studies have shown that the visual cortex produces differential responses to the presence or absence of structure within visual textures. To further define and characterize regions involved in the analysis of form, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) was used to detect changes in activation during the viewing of four levels of isodipole textures. The texture levels systematically differed in the density of visual features such as extended… CONTINUE READING

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