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No effect of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) over hMT+ on motion perception learning

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Background: Human visual cortical area hMT+, like its homolog MT in the macaque monkey, has been shown to be particularly selective to visual motion. After damage to the primary visual cortex (V1), patients often exhibit preserved ability to detect moving stimuli, which is associated with neural activity in area hMT+. As an anatomical substrate that underlies residual function in the absence of V1, promoting functional plasticity within hMT+ could potentially boost visual per... Expand abstract
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10.3389/fnins.2018.01044

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University of Oxford
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Medical Sciences Division
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Clinical Neurosciences
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University of Oxford
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Clinical Neurosciences
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Institution:
University of Oxford
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Medical Sciences Division
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Clinical Neurosciences
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Frontiers Media
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12
Article number:
1044
Publication date:
2019-01-17
Acceptance date:
2018-12-24
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1662-453X
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2019-01-22

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