Direction selectivity of neurons in the visual cortex is non-linear and lamina-dependent.

Abstract

Neurons in the visual cortex are generally selective to direction of movement of a stimulus. Although models of this direction selectivity (DS) assume linearity, experimental data show stronger degrees of DS than those predicted by linear models. Our current study was intended to determine the degree of non-linearity of the DS mechanism for cells within… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/ejn.13223

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