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Stimulus set meaningfulness and neurophysiological differentiation: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study

PloS One

May 15, 2015

Mélanie BolyG Tononi

Abstract

A meaningful set of stimuli, such as a sequence of frames from a movie, triggers a set of different experiences. By contrast, a meaningless set of stimuli, such as a sequence of 'TV noise' frames, triggers always the same experience--of seeing 'TV noise'--even though the stimuli themsel...read more

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Stimulus set meaningfulness and neurophysiological differentiation: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study

PloS One

May 15, 2015

Mélanie BolyG Tononi

PMID: 25970444

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125337

Abstract

A meaningful set of stimuli, such as a sequence of frames from a movie, triggers a set of different experiences. By contrast, a meaningless set of stimuli, such as a sequence of 'TV noise' frames, triggers always the same experience--of seeing 'TV noise'--even though the stimuli themsel...read more

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Brain Injuries
Fluctuation
Photopsia
Patterns
Cortex Bone Disorders
Adrenal Cortex Diseases
Structure of Postcentral Gyrus
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Entire Retina
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