occipital cortex


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For the CSP method, channels FC3, FC4, C5, Cz, C3, C1, C2, C4, C6, CP3, and CP4 on the motor cortex were chosen, while the channels POz, O1, O2, and Oz, on the occipital cortex were selected for the CCA method.
Functional specialization for auditory--spatial processing in the occipital cortex of congenitally blind humans, PNAS Early Edition, 2011
No differences were found in NAA levels in the frontal cortex (81,82), posterior cingulate (PC) and occipital cortex (80) in the pediatric population with BD.
Although the same gene is present in lower organisms with smooth brains such as mice, somehow over time, it has evolved to gain novel functions that are fundamental for human occipital cortex formation and its mutation leads to the loss of surface convolutions, a hallmark of the human brain," Gunel said.
This pathway impacts on pupil function as well as sending fibres to the pulvinar (posterior thalamus) where it is relayed to the parietal cortex, bypassing the occipital cortex.
Yes, yes, yes, I know all about perfusion and fMRI--give me a break), to the associations that happen somewhere between the occipital cortex and your frontal lobes, we are a visual group.
During sustained attention, both DHA dose groups had significantly greater changes from baseline in activation of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex than did the placebo group, and the low-dose and high-dose DHA groups had greater decreases in the occipital cortex and cerebellar cortex, respectively.
The question is to what extent can the potentials recorded in the occipital cortex be interpreted as potentials of recognition.
Effects of mild protein prenatal malnutrition and subsequent postnatal nutritional rehabilitation on noradrenaline release and neuronal density in the rat occipital cortex.
Although values were unaffected in the frontal cortex, both the occipital cortex and midbrain displayed significant increases after either continuous ETS exposure or ETS exposure restricted to the postnatal 6-13 month period.
In the second task, the previous procedure performance diminished when it was preceded by rTMS at the medial occipital cortex.
There is deactivation in the medial parasagittal cortex extending up from the medial occipital cortex into the parietal region, and there is a small area of deactivation in the right and to a lesser extent left frontal cortices.