Transverse plane is a plane that divides the body horizontally into superior and inferior halves. Transverse plane is also known as Horizontal plane.
Examples of psychological phenomena related to the transverse plane may include the study of the neural pathways and networks involved in horizontal gaze or the coordination of eye movements during reading. Another example could be the study of cognitive functions such as spatial awareness and perception, which involve the horizontal orientation of the body and how it interacts with the environment. Additionally, transverse plane imaging techniques, such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), are commonly used to study brain activity and identify patterns of neural activity associated with various psychological processes.