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Dorsal posterior parietal rTMS affects voluntary orienting of visuospatial attention.
Mapping of the human visual cortex using image-guided transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Differential effects of low-frequency rTMS at the occipital pole on visual-induced alpha desynchronization and visual-evoked potentials.
Simple reaction time to focal transcranial magnetic stimulation. Comparison with reaction time to acoustic, visual and somatosensory stimuli.
Effects of single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) on functional brain activity: a combined event-related TMS and evoked potential study.
Alpha-band electroencephalographic activity over occipital cortex indexes visuospatial attention bias and predicts visual target detection.
Evoked Potentials, Visual
Evoked Potentials Visual