Receptive Fields and Functional Architecture in Two Nonstriate Visual Areas (18 and 19) of the Cat.

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To UNDERSTAND VISION in physiological terms represents a formidable problem for the biologist. I t am0 unts to learning how the nervous system handles incoming messages so that form, color, movement, and depth can be perceived and interpreted. One approach, perhaps the most direct, is to stimulate the retina with patterns of light while recording from… (More)

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@article{Hubel1965ReceptiveFA, title={Receptive Fields and Functional Architecture in Two Nonstriate Visual Areas (18 and 19) of the Cat.}, author={David H. Hubel and Torsten N. Wiesel}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={1965}, volume={28}, pages={229-89} }