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High-density VERPs show distinct mechanisms for global form and motion processing in adults and infants

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Sensitivity to global form and global motion are presumed indicators of extra-striate processing in ventral- and dorsal-stream visual areas respectively. Previously we have studied development in the two streams using single-channel steady-state visual evoked potentials (VEPs). We have extended this approach to high-density (128-channel) VERP recordings, to examine whether global form and motion responses have distinguishable topographic signatures. In the form stimulus, dots form short conce...

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10.1167/7.9.772

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University of Oxford
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MSD
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Experimental Psychology
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Visual Development Unit
Oxford college:
Magdalen College
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"University College London"
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Visual Development Unit,Department of Psychology
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"University of Oxford", "University College London"
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Visual Development Unit,Department of Psychology
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"University College London"
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Visual Development Unit,Department of Psychology
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Institution:
"Uppsala University, Sweden"
Department:
Department of Psychology
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Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Publisher's website
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Deposit date:
2009-03-02

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