Radial bias is not necessary for orientation decoding

  title={Radial bias is not necessary for orientation decoding},
  author={Michael S. Pratte and Jocelyn L. Sy and Jascha D. Swisher and Frank Tong},
Multivariate pattern analysis can be used to decode the orientation of a viewed grating from fMRI signals in early visual areas. Although some studies have reported identifying multiple sources of the orientation information that make decoding possible, a recent study argued that orientation decoding is only possible because of a single source: a coarse-scale retinotopically organized preference for radial orientations. Here we aim to resolve these discrepant findings. We show that there were… CONTINUE READING
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