Feature-specific interactions in salience from combined feature contrasts: evidence for a bottom-up saliency map in V1.

Abstract

Items that stand out from their surroundings, that is, those that attract attention, are considered to be salient. Salience is generated by input features in many stimulus dimensions, like motion (M), color (C), orientation (O), and others. We focus on bottom-up salience generated by contrast between the feature properties of an item and its surroundings… (More)

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