Data from: Fractionation of parietal function in bistable perception probed with concurrent TMS-EEG

Georg Schauer, Acer Chang, David Schwartzman, Charlotte L. Rae, Heather Iriye, Anil K. Seth & Ryota Kanai
When visual input has conflicting interpretations, conscious perception can alternate spontaneously between these possible interpretations. This is called bistable perception. Previous neuroimaging studies have indicated the involvement of two right parietal areas in resolving perceptual ambiguity (ant-SPLr and post-SPLr). Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) studies that selectively interfered with the normal function of these regions suggest that they play opposing roles in this type of perceptual switch. In the present study, we investigated this fractionation of...
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