Dissociation between neural signatures of stimulus and choice in population activity of human V1 during perceptual decision-making.

@article{Choe2014DissociationBN,
  title={Dissociation between neural signatures of stimulus and choice in population activity of human V1 during perceptual decision-making.},
  author={Kyoung whan Choe and Randolph Blake and Sang-Hun Lee},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={2725-43}
}
Primary visual cortex (V1) forms the initial cortical representation of objects and events in our visual environment, and it distributes information about that representation to higher cortical areas within the visual hierarchy. Decades of work have established tight linkages between neural activity occurring in V1 and features comprising the retinal image, but it remains debatable how that activity relates to perceptual decisions. An actively debated question is the extent to which V1… CONTINUE READING

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