Center-surround antagonism in spatial vision: Retinal or cortical locus?

@article{Westheimer2004CentersurroundAI,
  title={Center-surround antagonism in spatial vision: Retinal or cortical locus?},
  author={Gerald Westheimer},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={44},
  pages={2457-2465}
}
Mach and Hering had early advanced a model of spatial visual processing featuring an antagonistic interaction between adjoining areas in the visual field. Spatial opponency was one of the first findings when single-unit studies of the retina were begun. Not long afterwards psychophysical experiments revealed a center-surround organization closely matching that found in the mammalian retina. It hinged on the demonstration of reduction of sensitivity in a small patch of the visual field when its… CONTINUE READING

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