Contrast adaptation reveals increased organizational complexity of chromatic processing in the visual evoked potential.


Results from psychophysics and single-unit recordings suggest that color vision comprises multiple stages of processing. Postreceptoral channels appear to consist of both a stage of broadly tuned opponent channels that compare cone signals and a subsequent stage, which includes cells tuned to many different directions in color space. The chromatic visual… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/JOSAA.29.00A152


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