Dissociable neural correlates of contour completion and contour representation in illusory contour perception.

Abstract

Object recognition occurs even when environmental information is incomplete. Illusory contours (ICs), in which a contour is perceived though the contour edges are incomplete, have been extensively studied as an example of such a visual completion phenomenon. Despite the neural activity in response to ICs in visual cortical areas from low (V1 and V2) to high… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.21371

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