Putative pyramidal neurons and interneurons in the monkey parietal cortex make different contributions to the performance of a visual grouping task.

Abstract

Visual grouping of discrete elements is an important function for object recognition. We recently conducted an experiment to study neural correlates of visual grouping. We recorded neuronal activities while monkeys performed a grouping detection task in which they discriminated visual patterns composed of discrete dots arranged in a cross and detected… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00160.2010

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