Motion area V5/MT+ response to global motion in the absence of V1 resembles early visual cortex

@inproceedings{Ajina2015MotionAV,
  title={Motion area V5/MT+ response to global motion in the absence of V1 resembles early visual cortex},
  author={Sara Ajina and Christopher Kennard and Geraint Rees and Holly Bridge},
  booktitle={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2015}
}
Motion area V5/MT+ shows a variety of characteristic visual responses, often linked to perception, which are heavily influenced by its rich connectivity with the primary visual cortex (V1). This human motion area also receives a number of inputs from other visual regions, including direct subcortical connections and callosal connections with the contralateral hemisphere. Little is currently known about such alternative inputs to V5/MT+ and how they may drive and influence its activity. Using… CONTINUE READING
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