Hemispherical differences in the pattern onset visual evoked magnetic response

C. Degg, A. Slaven, J. Bedford, Richard A. Armstrong

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Abstract

Recently, hemispherical asymmetries have been demonstrated for primary visual processing suggesting that basic spatiotemporal features of the stimulus may play a role in the lateralisation effects that have been observed in the human brain. However, to our knowledge no studies have reported hemispheric differences using magnetoencephalography (MEG). Hence, the objective of this study was to determine whether MEG could detect hemispherical asymmetry to the onset of a checkerboard pattern.
Original languageEnglish
Pages247-248
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 1993
EventInternational Conference on Biomagnetism - Vienna (AT)
Duration: 1 Jan 19931 Jan 1993

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Biomagnetism
CityVienna (AT)
Period1/01/931/01/93

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Magnetoencephalography
Visual Evoked Potentials
Brain

Keywords

  • hemispherical asymmetries
  • primary visual processing
  • basic spatiotemporal features
  • stimulus
  • lateralisation effects
  • brain

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Degg, C., Slaven, A., Bedford, J., & Armstrong, R. A. (1993). Hemispherical differences in the pattern onset visual evoked magnetic response. 247-248. Poster session presented at International Conference on Biomagnetism, Vienna (AT), .
Degg, C. ; Slaven, A. ; Bedford, J. ; Armstrong, Richard A. / Hemispherical differences in the pattern onset visual evoked magnetic response. Poster session presented at International Conference on Biomagnetism, Vienna (AT), .2 p.
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Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

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