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The neural basis of egocentric and allocentric coding of space in humans: a functional magnetic resonance study

Experimental Brain Research

Sep 1, 2000

Gaspare GalatiD Le Bihan

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The spatial location of an object can be represented in the brain with respect to different classes of reference frames, either relative to or independent of the subject's position. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to identify regions of the healthy human brain subserving m...read more

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Space Perception
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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FMRI
Ambidexterity
Oculomotor Nerve Structure
Visual Stimulus
Structure of Broca's Area
Psychomotor Performance
Oculomotor
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The neural basis of egocentric and allocentric coding of space in humans: a functional magnetic resonance study

Experimental Brain Research

Sep 1, 2000

Gaspare GalatiD Le Bihan

PMID: 10968216

DOI: 10.1007/s002210000375

Abstract

The spatial location of an object can be represented in the brain with respect to different classes of reference frames, either relative to or independent of the subject's position. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to identify regions of the healthy human brain subserving m...read more

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Space Perception
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Brain
FMRI
Ambidexterity
Oculomotor Nerve Structure
Visual Stimulus
Structure of Broca's Area
Psychomotor Performance
Oculomotor

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