Widespread correlation patterns of fMRI signal across visual cortex reflect eccentricity organization

@inproceedings{Arcaro2015WidespreadCP,
  title={Widespread correlation patterns of fMRI signal across visual cortex reflect eccentricity organization},
  author={Michael J Arcaro and Christopher J. Honey and Ryan E. B. Mruczek and Sabine Kastner and Uri Hasson},
  booktitle={eLife},
  year={2015}
}
The human visual system can be divided into over two-dozen distinct areas, each of which contains a topographic map of the visual field. A fundamental question in vision neuroscience is how the visual system integrates information from the environment across different areas. Using neuroimaging, we investigated the spatial pattern of correlated BOLD signal across eight visual areas on data collected during rest conditions and during naturalistic movie viewing. The correlation pattern between… CONTINUE READING

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