Figure 1: Parcellation of the human visual cortex and brain areas involved in visual object perception: (a) eye bulb—grey, optical tract/optical chiasm—white, lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN)—green, occipital visual cortex (OC)—white, lateral occipital gyrus (LOC)—navy blue, inferior temporal gyrus (ITC)—creamy yellow, fusiform gyrus (FG)—magenta, hippocampus (H)—red, amygdala (A)—cyan, thalamus (T)—grey (created using the 3D Brain Slicer [38]). (b) Ventral occipital visual field map models: Cal-S (V1)—calcarine sulcus, V2—green, V3—blue, V4 (brick red), FG—fusiform gyrus, CoS—collateral sulcus, POS—parietal occipital sulcus. The dotted yellow line and white circles denote the region of cortex in which the V4 and V8 models diverge (inset shows inflated model of the left human hemisphere). (c) Anterior part of the fusiform gyrus is located in the vicinity of the hippocampal formation. (b) reproduced, with permission, from [25] Macmillan Publishers Ltd. (c) (right) reproduced, with permission, from [39] the American Physiological Society.