Facilitation of contrast detection by cross-oriented surround stimuli and its psychophysical mechanisms.

@article{Yu2002FacilitationOC,
  title={Facilitation of contrast detection by cross-oriented surround stimuli and its psychophysical mechanisms.},
  author={Cong Yu and Stanley A. Klein and Dennis M Levi},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2002},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={243-55}
}
Neurophysiological and psychophysical evidence indicates that neuronal surround modulation at cross-orientation (orthogonal to the preferred orientation of the classical receptive field) plays a key role in intermediate-level visual tasks, such as textural segregation and perceptual pop-out. What is missing is a psychophysical description of cross surround modulation at the spatial filter level in low-level vision. Moreover, neurophysiological evidence for how cross surround modulation is… CONTINUE READING

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