By Merrick Moseley BSc PhD, Alistair Fielder MD
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R. 10 30 20 PATHANGLE(deg) 0 90 0-- 80 70 0 '0 60 50 40 E 0 10 20 PATHANGLE (deg) 30 F 100 100 0- ! ; -a.... T. 50 0 20 -Q. 90 ,, Q. B. 0 10 20 30 PATH ANGLE (degrees) One possibility is that the deficient positional coding, which has been discussed above, could underlie the reduced performance on this task. 17 shows that if positional noise is added to the elements of the contour then normal and amblyopic performance can be equated, suggesting a role for the positional deficit in explaining the reduced performance of amblyopes on this task.
Application of a radio-frequency (RF) pulse increases the proportion of nuclei aligned against the direction of the main field. When the pulse is switched off, the nuclei return to their original state and in so doing emit detectable RF signals themselves. To create an image of the brain it is necessary that the returning signals from different locations be distinguished. This can be accomplished by adding a magnetic field gradient to the main field, which has the effect of varying the frequency of the returning signals along the direction of the gradient.
3 Extracranial magnetic field generated by electrical current flow associated with neural activity. medium the magnetic fields generated by intra- and extracellular currents cancel each other for radially oriented cells. The standard solution to this problem is to record both MEG and EEG signals, as the latter are sensitive to radial sources. In our experience, however, we have not found 'silent sources' to be a significant problem with MEG recordings. There are at least three reasons for this: I.