The Lateral Occipital Complex shows no net response to object familiarity

@inproceedings{Margalit2016TheLO,
  title={The Lateral Occipital Complex shows no net response to object familiarity},
  author={Eshed Margalit and Manan P. Shah and Bosco S. Tjan and Irving Biederman and Brenton Keller and Rorry Brenner},
  booktitle={Journal of vision},
  year={2016}
}
In 1995, Malach et al. discovered an area whose fMRI BOLD response was greater when viewing intact, familiar objects than when viewing their scrambled versions (resembling texture). Since then hundreds of studies have explored this late visual region termed the Lateral Occipital Complex (LOC), which is now known to be critical for shape perception (James… CONTINUE READING