Robust Selectivity to Two-Object Images in Human Visual Cortex


We can recognize objects in complex images in a fraction of a second. Neuronal responses in macaque areas V4 and inferior temporal cortex to preferred stimuli are typically suppressed by the addition of other objects within the receptive field (see, however, [16, 17]). How can this suppression be reconciled with rapid visual recognition in complex scenes… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2010.03.050

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