A Modality-Specific Feedf orward Component of Choice-Related Activity in MT Highlights

@inproceedings{Smolyanskaya2015AMF,
  title={A Modality-Specific Feedf orward Component of Choice-Related Activity in MT Highlights},
  author={Alexandra Smolyanskaya and Ralf M. H{\"a}fner and Stephen G. Lomber and Richard T. Born},
  year={2015}
}
Highlights d V2/V3 inactivation reduces MT decision signals in a depth task but not a motion task d Observations suggest that MT decision signals are partly due to input correlations d A purely feedforward computational model can account for the data In Brief Smolyanskaya et al. reversibly inactivated a feedforward input to MT that confers more information… CONTINUE READING