Unmasking human visual perception with the magnetic coil and its relationship to hemispheric asymmetry.

@article{Amassian1993UnmaskingHV,
  title={Unmasking human visual perception with the magnetic coil and its relationship to hemispheric asymmetry.},
  author={V E Amassian and Roger Q Cracco and Paul J Maccabee and Joan B Cracco and Alan P. Rudell and Lawrence P Eberle},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1993},
  volume={605 2},
  pages={312-6}
}
Visual suppression by a magnetic coil (MC) pulse delivered over human calcarine cortex after a transient visual stimulus 80-100 ms earlier has been used to suppress the representation of a 'masking' visual stimulus and thus to unmask a 'target' visual stimulus given, e.g., 100 ms before the mask. The resulting target unmasking as a function of the interval between mask and MC pulse is approximately the inverse of the visual suppression curve. Arbitrary visual linear patterns can similarly be… CONTINUE READING

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