The Time Course of Segmentation and Cue-Selectivity in the Human Visual Cortex

@inproceedings{Appelbaum2012TheTC,
  title={The Time Course of Segmentation and Cue-Selectivity in the Human Visual Cortex},
  author={Lawrence G. Appelbaum and Justin M. Ales and Anthony Matthew Norcia},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Texture discontinuities are a fundamental cue by which the visual system segments objects from their background. The neural mechanisms supporting texture-based segmentation are therefore critical to visual perception and cognition. In the present experiment we employ an EEG source-imaging approach in order to study the time course of texture-based segmentation in the human brain. Visual Evoked Potentials were recorded to four types of stimuli in which periodic temporal modulation of a central 3… CONTINUE READING
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