The folding fingerprint of visual cortex reveals the timing of human V1 and V2

  title={The folding fingerprint of visual cortex reveals the timing of human V1 and V2},
  author={Justin Ales and Thom Carney and Stanley A. Klein},
Primate neocortex contains over 30 visual areas. Recent techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have successfully identified many of these areas in the human brain, but have been of limited value for revealing the temporal dynamics between visual areas. The electroencephalogram (EEG) provides information with high temporal precision, but has had limited success separating out the signals from individual neighboring cortical areas. Consequently, controversies exist over… CONTINUE READING
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