Loffler 2008 Brodmanns areas Brodmanns areas Segier Vuilleumier

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Loffler, 2008

Loffler, 2008

Brodmann’s areas

Brodmann’s areas

Brodmann’s areas

Brodmann’s areas

Segier, Vuilleumier, 2006

Segier, Vuilleumier, 2006

Kinsey et al. , 2009

Kinsey et al. , 2009

Fig. 2. Surface rendered group SAM images of the posterior brain depicting statistical estimates

Fig. 2. Surface rendered group SAM images of the posterior brain depicting statistical estimates (pb 0. 05) of power changes within the 1– 4 Hz, 10– 30 Hz and 30– 95 Hz frequency bands between active and passive experimental states (500 ms) for viewing the illusory triangle (top), non-triangle pattern (middle) and real triangle pattern (bottom). The colour scale shows pseudo-t values for the oscillatory power changes: white-purple colours indicate a relative decrease in signal power during the active phase, while yellow–orange colours indicate a relative increase. Kinsey et al. , 2009

Fig. 3. Local maxima from group SAM images in the 10– 30 Hz frequency

Fig. 3. Local maxima from group SAM images in the 10– 30 Hz frequency range for the illusory-(top row) non-(middle row) and realtriangles (bottom row). White dots represent local maxima for a post-stimulus time window of 0– 500 ms; black dots represent local maxima for a post-stimulus window of 300– 800 ms. Kinsey et al. , 2009

Kimberly et al. , 2010

Kimberly et al. , 2010

Kimberly et al. , 2010

Kimberly et al. , 2010

Kimberly et al. , 2010

Kimberly et al. , 2010