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Where are somatosensory representations stored and reactivated?

  • Katja Fiehler (a1), Annerose Engel (a1) and Frank Rösler (a1)

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The studies cited by Dijkerman & de Haan (D&dH) stress the distinction between perception and action within the somatosensory system but provide little information about memory functions. Recent findings by our group and by others show that the dorsal stream is also activated during short-term memory maintenance and long-term memory retrieval of haptic information. These data complement and extend the proposed model.

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Where are somatosensory representations stored and reactivated?

  • Katja Fiehler (a1), Annerose Engel (a1) and Frank Rösler (a1)

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