Cerebral correlates of impaired grating perception in individual, psychophysically assessed human amblyopes

@article{Muckli2006CerebralCO,
  title={Cerebral correlates of impaired grating perception in individual, psychophysically assessed human amblyopes},
  author={Lars Muckli and Stefan Kie\ss and Nathalie Tonhausen and Wolf Singer and Rainer Goebel and Ruxandra Sireteanu},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={46},
  pages={506-526}
}
We investigated neuronal correlates of amblyopic deficits resulting from early onset strabismus or anisometropia by monitoring individual responses in retinotopically mapped cortical visual areas with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in eight psychophysically assessed adult amblyopes. In lower visual areas (V1/V2), grating stimuli presented to the normal and the amblyopic eye evoked strong cortical responses, while responses to the amblyopic eye were progressively reduced in higher… CONTINUE READING

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