Journal article

Selecting appropriate designs and comparison conditions in repetition paradigms

Daniel Feuerriegel

CORTEX | ELSEVIER MASSON, CORP OFF | Published : 2016

Abstract

The studies described by Vogels (this issue) demonstrate the complexity of repetition effects in the visual processing stream. In addition to signal suppression, findings of inherited effects from earlier processing, and discrepancies between the stimulus selectivity of cells before and after repetition, have informed the inferences that can be drawn from measures over larger scales such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or electroencephalography (EEG). This work also demonstrates that integration of evidence across recording methods is vital for understanding repetition effects in the brain. It is however difficult to integrate evidence across different recording methods and r..

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