Cortical Synchronization and Perceptual Framing

@article{Grossberg1997CorticalSA,
  title={Cortical Synchronization and Perceptual Framing},
  author={Stephen Grossberg and Alexander Grunewald},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={1997},
  volume={9},
  pages={117-132}
}
How does the brain group together different parts of an object into a coherent visual object representation? Different parts of an object may be processed by the brain at different rates and may thus become desynchronized. Perceptual framing is a process that resynchronizes cortical activities corresponding to the same retinal object. A neural network model is presented that is able to rapidly resynchronize desynchronized neural activities. The model provides a link between perceptual and brain… CONTINUE READING
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