Electrophysiological measurement of the effect of inter-stimulus competition on early cortical stages of human vision

@inproceedings{Miller2015ElectrophysiologicalMO,
  title={Electrophysiological measurement of the effect of inter-stimulus competition on early cortical stages of human vision},
  author={Claire E. Miller and Kimron L. Shapiro and Steven J. Luck},
  booktitle={NeuroImage},
  year={2015}
}
Competition between inputs in early visual cortex has been established as a key determinant in perception through decades of animal single cell and human fMRI research. We developed a novel ERP paradigm allowing this competition to be studied in humans, affording an opportunity to gain further insight into how competition is reflected at the neural level. Checkerboard stimuli were presented to elicit C1 (indexing processing in V1), C2 (hypothesized to reflect V1 after extrastriate feedback… CONTINUE READING
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