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Interaction between task and expectation within bilateral cuneus and right insula.

By Elexa St. John-Saaltink (758873), Christian Utzerath (758874), Peter Kok (635713), Hakwan C. Lau (758875) and Floris P. de Lange (195177)


<p>Clusters within bilateral cuneus and right insular cortex show significantly stronger expectation suppression during the perceptual task than the working memory task (red/yellow). Cuneus activity is anterior and lateral to early visual cortex (anatomical contours in magenta; saturation indicates degree of overlap between subjects). (A) Results displayed on a 3D MNI brain. (B) The same results displayed on axial slices showing the bilateral cuneus clusters and right insular cortex activation. Z-coordinates displayed under each slice in mm. Cluster extents determined by <i>p</i> < .001 uncorrected. Scale indicates <i>t</i> values and applies to both panels.</p

Topics: Uncategorised, subject, grating, Visual Cortex Depends, task, resource, expectation suppression
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0131172.g003
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