Neurophysiology of temporal orienting in ventral visual stream
This chapter examines the neurophysiological aspects of temporal orienting in the ventral visual stream. It analyses cellular events which might underlie enhanced perceptual performance and discusses the neurophysiological correlates of spatial attention. The findings reveal that whether visual stimulus is cued spatially or temporally, there are changes in neuronal firing rates, increases in the gamma band visual stimulus which are cued spatially or temporally, and increases in the spectral power of the local field potential (LFP).
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