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Decoding stimulus identity in occipital, parietal and inferotemporal cortices during visual mental imagery

Ragni, Flavio ; Tucciarelli, Raffaele ; Andersson, Patrik ; Lingnau, Angelika


In the absence of input from the external world, humans are still able to generate vivid mental images. This cognitive process, known as visual mental imagery, involves a network of prefrontal, parietal, inferotemporal, and occipital regions. Using multivariate pattern analysis (MVPA), previous studies were able to distinguish between the different orientations of imagined gratings, but not ...


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