Electrocorticography links human temporoparietal junction to visual perception

Nature Neuroscience
Michael S BeauchampDaniel Yoshor


Electrical stimulation of visual cortex can produce a visual percept (phosphene). We electrically stimulated visual cortex in humans implanted with subdural electrodes while recording from other brain sites. Phosphene perception occurred only if stimulation evoked high-frequency gamma oscillations in the temporoparietal junction (TPJ), a brain region associated with visual extinction and neglect. Electrical stimulation of TPJ modified the detectability of low-contrast visual stimuli.


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