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Length and width tuning of neurons in the cat's primary visual cortex.
1. The classically defined receptive field of a visual neuron is the area of visual space over which the cell responds to visual stimuli. It is well established, however, that the discharge producedExpand
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Stereoscopic depth discrimination in the visual cortex: neurons ideally suited as disparity detectors.
The possibility has been explored that a subset of physiologically identifiable cells in the visual cortex is especially suited for the processing of stereoscopic depth information. First,Expand
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Spatiotemporal organization of simple-cell receptive fields in the cat's striate cortex. II. Linearity of temporal and spatial summation.
1. We have tested the hypothesis that simple cells in the cat's visual cortex perform a linear spatiotemporal filtering of the visual image. To conduct this study we note that a visual neuron behavesExpand
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Spatiotemporal organization of simple-cell receptive fields in the cat's striate cortex. I. General characteristics and postnatal development.
1. Most studies of cortical neurons have focused on the spatial structure of receptive fields. For a more complete functional description of these neurons, it is necessary to consider receptive-fieldExpand
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Neural correlates of multisensory cue integration in macaque MSTd
Human observers combine multiple sensory cues synergistically to achieve greater perceptual sensitivity, but little is known about the underlying neuronal mechanisms. We recorded the activity ofExpand
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Coding of horizontal disparity and velocity by MT neurons in the alert macaque.
We performed the first large-scale (n = 501), quantitative study of horizontal disparity tuning in the middle temporal (MT) visual area of alert, fixating macaque monkeys. Using random-dotExpand
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Dynamic Reweighting of Visual and Vestibular Cues during Self-Motion Perception
The perception of self-motion direction, or heading, relies on integration of multiple sensory cues, especially from the visual and vestibular systems. However, the reliability of sensory informationExpand
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Organization of suppression in receptive fields of neurons in cat visual cortex.
1. The response to an optimally oriented stimulus of both simple and complex cells in the cat's striate visual cortex (area 17) can be suppressed by the superposition of an orthogonally orientedExpand
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Spatiotemporal receptive field organization in the lateral geniculate nucleus of cats and kittens.
We have studied the spatiotemporal receptive-field organization of 144 neurons recorded from the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (dLGN) of adult cats and kittens at 4 and 8 wk postnatal.Expand
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Receptive-field dynamics in the central visual pathways
Neurons in the central visual pathways process visual images within a localized region of space, and a restricted epoch of time. Although the receptive field (RF) of a visually responsive neuron isExpand
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