Visuomotor system uses target features unavailable to conscious awareness.

Abstract

After lesions to primary visual cortex, patients lack conscious awareness of visual stimuli. Interestingly, however, some retain the ability to make accurate judgments about the visual world (i.e., so-called blindsight). Similarly, damage to inferior occipitotemporal regions of cortex (e.g., lateral occipital cortex) can result in an inability to perceive… (More)

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@article{Binsted2007VisuomotorSU, title={Visuomotor system uses target features unavailable to conscious awareness.}, author={Gordon Binsted and Kyle J. Brownell and Zofia Vorontsova and Matthew W. Heath and Deborah M. Saucier}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={2007}, volume={104 31}, pages={12669-72} }