Motion-sensitive responses in visual area V4 in the absence of primary visual cortex.

@article{Schmid2013MotionsensitiveRI,
  title={Motion-sensitive responses in visual area V4 in the absence of primary visual cortex.},
  author={Michael C Schmid and Joscha Tapani Schmiedt and Andrew J Peters and Richard C. Saunders and Alexander Maier and David A. Leopold},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 48},
  pages={18740-5}
}
Neurons in cortical ventral-stream area V4 are thought to contribute to important aspects of visual processing by integrating information from primary visual cortex (V1). However, how V4 neurons respond to visual stimulation after V1 injury remains unclear: While electrophysiological investigation of V4 neurons during reversible V1 inactivation suggests that virtually all responses are eliminated (Girard et al., 1991), fMRI in humans and monkeys with permanent lesions shows reliable V1… CONTINUE READING
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