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Functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence for binocular interactions in human visual cortex

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-412447
Büchert, M. ; Greenlee, M. W. ; Rutschmann, Roland M. ; Kraemer, F. M. ; Luo, Feng ; Hennig, J.
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Abstract

Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we explored the binocular interactions occurring when subjects viewed dichoptically presented checkerboard stimuli. A flickering radial checkerboard was presented to each eye of the subject, while T2*-weighted images were acquired over the visual cortex with gradient-echo, echoplanar sequences. We compared responses in striate and extrastriate ...

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