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Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals

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Journal Title: Journal of Neurophysiology
Authors and Corporations: Kaiser, Daniel, Häberle, Greta, Cichy, Radoslaw M.
In: Journal of Neurophysiology, 124, 2020, 1, p. 145-151
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abstract <jats:p> Natural scenes are structured, with different types of information appearing in predictable locations. Here, we use EEG decoding to show that the visual brain uses this structure to efficiently analyze scene content. During early visual processing, the category of a scene (e.g., a church vs. a supermarket) could be more accurately decoded from EEG signals when the scene adhered to its typical spatial structure compared with when it did not. </jats:p>
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spelling Kaiser, Daniel Häberle, Greta Cichy, Radoslaw M. 0022-3077 1522-1598 American Physiological Society Physiology General Neuroscience http://dx.doi.org/10.1152/jn.00164.2020 <jats:p> Natural scenes are structured, with different types of information appearing in predictable locations. Here, we use EEG decoding to show that the visual brain uses this structure to efficiently analyze scene content. During early visual processing, the category of a scene (e.g., a church vs. a supermarket) could be more accurately decoded from EEG signals when the scene adhered to its typical spatial structure compared with when it did not. </jats:p> Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals Journal of Neurophysiology
spellingShingle Kaiser, Daniel, Häberle, Greta, Cichy, Radoslaw M., Journal of Neurophysiology, Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals, Physiology, General Neuroscience
title Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals
title_full Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals
title_fullStr Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals
title_full_unstemmed Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals
title_short Real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals
title_sort real-world structure facilitates the rapid emergence of scene category information in visual brain signals
topic Physiology, General Neuroscience
url http://dx.doi.org/10.1152/jn.00164.2020