Activation in left primary visual cortex representing parafoveal visual field during reading Japanese texts
The activation modulation during reading Japanese texts occurs in the parafoveal V1 of the left hemisphere. The attentional modulation did not change with the distance to the next goal of saccade but was fixed on the area representing about 4.5° of eccentricity.
from Brain Research
Posted on June 28, 2011, in Research and tagged Attentional modulation, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Japanese text, Parafoveal activation, Primary visual cortex, Reading saccade. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.