Integration of motion and stereopsis in middle temporal cortical area of macaques

@article{Bradley1995IntegrationOM,
  title={Integration of motion and stereopsis in middle temporal cortical area of macaques},
  author={David C. Bradley and Ning Qian and Richard A. Andersen},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1995},
  volume={373},
  pages={609-611}
}
THE primate visual system incorporates a highly specialized subsystem for the analysis of motion in the visual field1–6. A key element of this subsystem is the middle temporal (MT) cortical area, which contains a majority of direction-selective neurons1–3. MT neurons are also selective for binocular disparity (depth), which is perplexing given that they are not sensitive to motion through depth7. What is the role of disparity in MT? Our data suggest an important link between disparity and… CONTINUE READING
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