The topographical N170: electrophysiological evidence of a neural mechanism for human spatial navigation.

@article{Baker2013TheTN,
  title={The topographical N170: electrophysiological evidence of a neural mechanism for human spatial navigation.},
  author={Travis E. Baker and Clay B. Holroyd},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={94 1},
  pages={90-105}
}
We recently demonstrated that the latency of a component of the event-related brain potential, the topographical N170 (NT170), is sensitive to the spatial location of reward-related stimuli in a virtual maze environment, occurring earlier for rewards found following rightward turns compared to leftward turns. We suggested that this NT170 latency effect may result from phase reset of an ongoing theta rhythm by a parahippocampal system for spatial navigation. Here we tested several predictions… CONTINUE READING
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