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The EEG signature of sensory evidence accumulation during decision formation closely tracks subjective perceptual experience (2019)
Journal Article
Tagliabue, C. F., Veniero, D., Benwell, C. S. Y., Cecere, R., Savazzi, S., & Thut, G. (2019). The EEG signature of sensory evidence accumulation during decision formation closely tracks subjective perceptual experience. Scientific Reports, 9(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-41024-4

How neural representations of low-level visual information are accessed by higher-order processes to inform decisions and give rise to conscious experience is a longstanding question. Research on perceptual decision making has revealed a late event-r... Read More about The EEG signature of sensory evidence accumulation during decision formation closely tracks subjective perceptual experience.

Both dorsal and ventral attention network nodes are implicated in exogenously driven visuospatial anticipation (2019)
Journal Article
Thut, G., Ahrens, M., Harvey, M., Veniero, D., & Freund, I. M. (2019). Both dorsal and ventral attention network nodes are implicated in exogenously driven visuospatial anticipation. Cortex, 117, 168-181. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2019.02.031

Neuroimaging and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) studies have implicated a dorsal fronto-parietal network in endogenous attention control and a more ventral set of areas in exogenous attention shifts. However, the extent and circumstances und... Read More about Both dorsal and ventral attention network nodes are implicated in exogenously driven visuospatial anticipation.

Prefrontal Control over Motor Cortex Cycles at Beta Frequency during Movement Inhibition (2014)
Journal Article
Picazio, S., Veniero, D., Ponzo, V., Caltagirone, C., Gross, J., Thut, G., & Koch, G. (2014). Prefrontal Control over Motor Cortex Cycles at Beta Frequency during Movement Inhibition. Current Biology, 24(24), 2940-2945. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2014.10.043

A fully adapted behavior requires maximum efficiency to inhibit processes in the motor domain [1]. Although a number of cortical and subcortical brain regions have been implicated, converging evidence suggests that activation of right inferior fronta... Read More about Prefrontal Control over Motor Cortex Cycles at Beta Frequency during Movement Inhibition.