EEG studies have found that alpha oscillations exhibit a retinotopically
selective reduction over parietal areas during attention to visual targets in the contralateral field [25, 26] and successful detection of visual targets is associated with greater reductions of prestimulus alpha amplitude [27, 28].
Visual mental imagery induces retinotopically
organized activation of early visual areas.
Anticipatory biasing of visuospatial attention indexed by retinotopically
specific alpha-band EEG increases over occipital cortex.
Unlike humans, who can usually recognize a traffic intersection from any corner, bees remember places retinotopically
- if they learn a shape with one part of their eye, they can only recognize it again with that same part.