A V Melkumian

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About 55% of the cells in the cat lateral suprasylvian area were truly direction-sensitive to moving light and dark spots. For these cells the preferred direction of stimulus movement was the same for the light and dark spots. The most significant effects of the reversal of stimulus contrast was a change in the strength of the responses. A population of(More)
Visually sensitive neurons of the lateral suprasylvian area were investigated in cats with pretrigeminal brain stem sections. Nearly 25% of a neuron population responding to the visual stimuli revealed great sensitivity to movement of black stimuli across their receptive fields. These neurons were called "black-sensitive". As a rule, they had either a(More)
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