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Highlights ► We examined orientation sensitivity of ERPs for recognition and mental-rotation tasks. ► Orientation sensitivity was initially only related to the stimulus orientation. ► Sensitivity to orientation became task specific after about 280 ms. ► Mental rotation began after about...
Highlights ► The relative involvement of V1 and V5/MT in the Enigma illusion is controversial. ► V1 rTMS does not affect the Enigma illusory motion perception. ► V5/MT rTMS before the Enigma delays the time necessary to perceive the illusion. ► V5/MT is causally linked to the illusory...
Highlights ► Patients with developmental amnesia (DA) have a deficit in recalling the past. ► A number of DA patients have been found to be unimpaired at imagining fictitious/future scenarios. ► Unlike previous DA cases, patient HC was reported to be impaired. ► We tested HC and found her...
Highlights ► In visuomotor tracking, oscillatory coherence is enhanced in alpha and beta band. ► Occipitocentral alpha-coherence is associated with better visuomotor performance. ► Coherence of alpha and beta oscillations subserves integration of visuomotor areas.
Highlights ► Different longitudinal gestural and linguistic trajectories in preterms and full-terms. ► Slower rate of development and increasing divergence between preterms and full-terms. ► Lexical comprehension and gestures/actions support development of lexical production. ►...
Highlights ► VOT is more active for categorizing own- than other-race faces in ROI analyses. ► The other-race accuracy advantage correlates with PSC differences in the left FFA. ► Group analyses reveal greater activations in IFG and MFC for own-race faces. ► PPI analyses reveal that IFG...
Highlights ► CLS theory predicts interaction between MTL and neocortical learning systems. ► Previous relearning studies in SD have found under-generalisation of learning. ► Current study demonstrates both over- and under-generalisations after relearning. ► Critical change to methods and...
Highlights ► BA10 is thought to be involved in multitasking and theory of mind (ToM). ► Patients with lesions outside BA10 perform poorly on executive tasks. ► Patients with lesions involving BA10 perform poorly on multitasking and ToM tasks. ► Multitasking abilities are correlated with...
Highlights ► Indirect reply elicited activation in the bilateral IFG and the dmPFC. ► Activation in the bilateral IFG is associated with detecting contextual violations. ► Activation in the dmPFC is associated with coherence processes.
Highlights ► Subjects performed a behavioural task requiring hand actions on different 3D objects. ► We found that left-handers, in contrast to right-handers, used both hands equally. ► Subjects also performed a fMRI task requiring simple passive viewing of 3D objects. ► Superior...
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