Cortical area MT and the perception of stereoscopic depth

@article{DeAngelis1998CorticalAM,
  title={Cortical area MT and the perception of stereoscopic depth},
  author={Gregory C DeAngelis and Bruce G. Cumming and William T. Newsome},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1998},
  volume={394},
  pages={677-680}
}
Stereopsis is the perception of depth based on small positional differences between images formed on the two retinae (known as binocular disparity). Neurons that respond selectively to binocular disparity were first described three decades ago,, and have since been observed in many visual areas of the primate brain, including V1, V2, V3, MT and MST. Although disparity-selective neurons are thought to form the neural substrate for stereopsis, the mere existence of disparity-selective neurons… CONTINUE READING
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