V. G. Samsonova

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Functional characteristics of neuronal responses of the frog tectum and the cat primary visual cortex were obtained under identical experimental conditions, the intensity and duration of flashes changing within the limits of 6 log. units. The comparison of the characteristics reveals a predominance of neurons with a short summation time and relatively lower(More)
The characteristics of neurons in Area 17 of the visual cortex in cats were investigated by extracellular recording of their activity. Unit responses to flashes modulated by intensity and duration (100 µsec-1 sec) were recorded. Of 80 neurons tested, 67.6% were spontaneously active and 32.4% were silent. The threshold responses of the neurons to flashes(More)