Although it has long been known that right posterior parietal cortex (PPC) has a role in certain visual search tasks, and human motion area V5 is involved in processing tasks requiring attention to motion, little is known about how these areas may interact during the processing of a task requiring the speciality of each. Using transcranial magnetic… (More)
Figure 1. Experimental design. Two visual search tasks were used, a color/orientation and a motion/orientation conjunction task. The targets were a red, stationary slash (solid /) and a downward moving slash (/), respectively. The array was preceded by a fixation point visible for 500 ms. TMS was applied in either double pulse or repetitive pulse form in the 500-ms interval poststimulus array onset.