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Magnetic brain activity elicited by visually presented symbols and Japanese characters

, : Magnetic brain activity elicited by visually presented symbols and Japanese characters. Neuroreport 15(5): 771-775

A standard model of word reading postulates that the posterior inferior temporal cortex is involved in the processing of written words. This processing probably occurs within 200 ms after stimulus presentation. In order to characterize this process more precisely, we conducted a MEG study during a reading task in nine right-handed normal Japanese subjects.


PMID: 15073512

DOI: 10.1097/00001756-200404090-00006

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