The inferior temporal cortex is capable of performing tasks, such as distinguishing between real and nonsense words and picking out specific letters from words.
Researchers have identified specific brain networks that helps us associate objects with their names. The study sheds light on how the brain connects meaning to words and could help explain why people with neurodegenerative diseases often have problems naming every day objects.
Researchers believe they may have cracked the code for facial recognition in the primate brain.
A new study provides evidence that the inferior temporal cortex can identify objects.
According to new research, multiple cortical regions work together to process sensorimotor information, despite having predetermined specialized roles.
Researchers discover color and shape are represented independently. A new study reports on how the brain's inferior temporal cortex processes visual information.