The noninvasive dissection of the human visual cortex: using FMRI and TMS to study the organization of the visual brain.

The development of brain imaging techniques, such as fMRI, has given modern neuroscientists unparalleled access to the inner workings of the living human brain. Visual processing in particular has proven to be particularly amenable to study with fMRI. Studies using this technique have revealed the existence of multiple representations of visual space with… CONTINUE READING