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  • Published 1995 in Strabismus


Neurons in the cat primary visual cortex are selective for particular contour orientations but their responsiveness can vary under certain conditions. After prolonged stimulation (adaptation), the contrast sensitivity of cortical cells is reduced and the ‘gain’ (the strength of response as a function of contrast) falls. The response to an optimal contour is… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/09273979509066101


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