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Objects in the visual scene are defined by different cues such as colour and motion. Through the integration of these cues the visual system is able to utilize different sources of information, thus enhancing its ability to discriminate objects from their backgrounds. In the following experiments, we investigate the neural mechanisms of cue integration in the human. We show, using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), that both colour and motion defined shapes activate the lateraldoi:10.1093/cercor/bhi010 pmid:15616131 fatcat:qau7bb5mwbc7xp4iw5tbbu5y7y