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Katrin Heimann

Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition

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Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition. / Uithol, Sebo; Franca, Michele; Heimann, Katrin et al.

In: Brain Stimulation, Vol. 8, No. 5, 07.05.2015, p. 953-956.

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Uithol, S, Franca, M, Heimann, K, Marzoli, D, Capotosto, P, Tommasi, L & Gallese, V 2015, 'Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition', Brain Stimulation, vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 953-956. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26026284>

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Uithol, S., Franca, M., Heimann, K., Marzoli, D., Capotosto, P., Tommasi, L., & Gallese, V. (2015). Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition. Brain Stimulation, 8(5), 953-956. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26026284

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Uithol S, Franca M, Heimann K, Marzoli D, Capotosto P, Tommasi L, Gallese V. 2015. Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition. Brain Stimulation. 8(5):953-956.

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Uithol S, Franca M, Heimann K, Marzoli D, Capotosto P, Tommasi L et al. Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition. Brain Stimulation. 2015 May 7;8(5):953-956.

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Uithol, Sebo ; Franca, Michele ; Heimann, Katrin et al. / Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition. In: Brain Stimulation. 2015 ; Vol. 8, No. 5. pp. 953-956.

Bibtex

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title = "Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals contribution of premotor cortex to object shape recognition",
abstract = "Background: It is known that ventral premotor cortex responds selectively to the visual perception of object shapes. However, it is unclear whether this activation also contributes to visual processing. Objective: In this study we want to assess whether activation in premotor areas contributes to visual perception of objects.Methods: We measure performance on a perception task while delivering single pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to the left premotor cortex at different latencies after stimulus onset. Results: We show that in cases of limited visual consciousness, disturbing the left premotor cortex 150 ms after stimulus onset results in a decrease in the capacity to recognize shapes, compared both to other latencies and to stimulation of the vertex. Conclusion: Premotor cortex plays a constitutive role in object shape recognition. ",
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AU - Uithol, Sebo

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AU - Capotosto, Paolo

AU - Tommasi, Luca

AU - Gallese, Vittorio

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AB - Background: It is known that ventral premotor cortex responds selectively to the visual perception of object shapes. However, it is unclear whether this activation also contributes to visual processing. Objective: In this study we want to assess whether activation in premotor areas contributes to visual perception of objects.Methods: We measure performance on a perception task while delivering single pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to the left premotor cortex at different latencies after stimulus onset. Results: We show that in cases of limited visual consciousness, disturbing the left premotor cortex 150 ms after stimulus onset results in a decrease in the capacity to recognize shapes, compared both to other latencies and to stimulation of the vertex. Conclusion: Premotor cortex plays a constitutive role in object shape recognition.

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