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The oblique effect is a ubiquitous visual psychological effect. To explore its underlying neural basis, we quantitatively analyzed the proportion and response amplitude of the cardinal preferred areas and the oblique preferred areas in a fairly large region of the primary visual cortex of cats, using optical imaging based on intrinsic signals. The results(More)
Using optical imaging based on intrinsic signals, we studied spatial frequency tuning characteristics of cat primary visual cortex at different visual topological locations. We found that the areas representing the peripheral visual field had null or very weak responses to high spatial frequency grating stimuli, whereas the areas representing the central(More)
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