Functional Organization

Our understanding of the functional organization of the human brain has blossomed as never before thanks to the development of neuroimaging technologies that allow direct observation of the patterns of brain activity in human subjects actively engaged in sensory, motor, or cognitive tasks. In conjunction with more traditional electrophysiological, clinical, and psycho-physical approaches, we now are developing a detailed picture of the topography of different visual areas and are beginning to outline their functional contributions. These new developments have taken place within the historical context of extensive earlier, and ongoing, studies of visual system organization in animals, especially nonhuman primates. Accordingly, the next section outlines this context before addressing more recent data.

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