F Orlando Galashan

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In monkeys, long-term recordings with chronically implanted microelectrodes frequently suffer from a continuously decreasing probability to record single units or even small multiunit clusters. This problem is associated with two technical limitations of the available devices: first, restrictions for electrode movement, and second, absent possibility to(More)
Visual perception depends on the effective prioritization of visual information in order to concur with the current behavioral context. Depending on the context's requirements, it is important to facilitate the processing of a certain feature (e.g. motion) in some situations, while in others another feature (e.g. color) is more crucial. We here address the(More)
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