Effects of attention and distractor contrast on the responses of middle temporal area neurons to transient motion direction changes.

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The ability of primates to detect transient changes in a visual scene can be influenced by the allocation of attention, as well as by the presence of distractors. We investigated the neural substrates of these effects by recording the responses of neurons in the middle temporal area (MT) of two monkeys while they detected a transient motion direction change… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/ejn.12920

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