Using Time-to-Contact Information to Assess Potential Collision Modulates Both Visual and Temporal Prediction Networks

@article{Coull2008UsingTI,
  title={Using Time-to-Contact Information to Assess Potential Collision Modulates Both Visual and Temporal Prediction Networks},
  author={Jennifer T. Coull and Franck Vidal and Ceydric Goulon and Bruno Nazarian and Cathy Craig},
  journal={Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={2},
  pages={65 - 113}
}
Accurate estimates of the time-to-contact (TTC) of approaching objects are crucial for survival. We used an ecologically valid driving simulation to compare and contrast the neural substrates of egocentric (head-on approach) and allocentric (lateral approach) TTC tasks in a fully factorial, event-related fMRI design. Compared to colour control tasks, both egocentric and allocentric TTC tasks activated left ventral premotor cortex/frontal operculum and inferior parietal cortex, the same areas… CONTINUE READING
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