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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Configural specificity of the lateral occipital cortex.

ROI locations for all subjects color coded and shown from posterior and inferior perspectives.

L.G. Appelbaum, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;48(11):3323-3328.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Configural specificity of the lateral occipital cortex.

Schematic illustration of (a) spatially asymmetric surrounded figure-ground arrangement and (b-e) four types of spatially symmetric stimulus arrangements used in this experiment. Note: B and C are identical except modulated according to sine wave and square wave profiles respectively.

L.G. Appelbaum, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;48(11):3323-3328.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Configural specificity of the lateral occipital cortex.

Source reconstructed EEG spectra derived from the asymmetric spatially surrounded figure-ground display are shown for the 11 observer average in the (a) LOC and (b) Tier 1 ROIs. Harmonics multiples of the f1 ‘figure’ tags are shown in as solid lines, f2 ‘background’ tags are shown as dashed lines.

L.G. Appelbaum, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;48(11):3323-3328.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Configural specificity of the lateral occipital cortex.

ROI bar graph of LOC/Tier1 ratios for the five stimulus configurations. The LOC/V1 ratio is large (>1) for the figure in the asymmetric configurations and small (~1) for all regions in the symmetric conditions as well as for the background in the asymmetric condition. The dashed line at 1 indicates no response selectivity between LOC and first-tier visual areas.

L.G. Appelbaum, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;48(11):3323-3328.

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